One UI version 6.1 was announced with the Galaxy S24 series more than a month ago. Samsung is now working on bringing the new update to more Galaxy devices. Now, the company has officially confirmed the general release date of One UI 6.1, as well as the list of devices that will receive this update.

On its official website, Samsung said One UI 6.1 will be available for many older Galaxy devices by the end of March, for flagship models launched in 2023. These devices will not only receive improvements The new advancement of One UI 6.1 but also features of Galaxy AI.

List of Samsung Galaxy devices that will receive One UI 6.1:

  • Galaxy S23
  • Galaxy S23+
  • Galaxy S23 Ultra
  • Galaxy S23 FE
  • Galaxy Z Fold 5
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5
  • Galaxy Tab S9
  • Galaxy Tab S9+
  • Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra

Notably, the devices on the list will receive most of the best features of Galaxy AI. These include a Multi-function Search Zone, Live Interpreter, Interpreter Assistant, Note Assistant... However, the Galaxy S23 FE will not receive the Instant Slow Motion feature, probably because it does not meet the configuration. Minimum hardware configuration

The Browsing Assistant feature allows the creation of summaries of articles or web pages, helping users read the content and understand it faster. Currently, this feature only works with Samsung Internet browsers.

With the Generative Edit feature, users can remove unwanted objects from the image, as well as rearrange the position of the object to suit their preferences. It also allows aligning the angle of the photo and filling the space with suitable content generated by AI itself.

Although Samsung says these features will be widely available by the end of March, the specific timing may vary depending on the region. It may come with the March 2024 security patch for the devices listed. SamCafe will update as soon as One UI 6.1 starts rolling out.