Samsung recently released the Android 14-based One UI 6, which brought new features to the table such as one-time passwords for mobile hotspots, a redesigned notification panel, and a cleaner Quick Settings interface. However, the real excitement is surrounding the upcoming One UI 6.1 update.
According to a tip from TechDroider, One UI 6.1 is set to bring AI-powered tone and translation functionalities to Samsung devices. The tone feature will allow users to adjust the tone of highlighted text passages, offering options like professional, casual, social post, polite, and witty.
Additionally, One UI 6.1 may also integrate Pixel 8’s AI wallpapers to Galaxy phones, along with Gboard’s translation functionality. This could streamline the process of translating text and communicating in different tones, making it more convenient for users on the go.
With the upcoming Galaxy S24 series, Samsung is expected to introduce a range of AI features, including live translation during calls. The company has also developed its own generative AI model, Gauss, which is expected to debut on the Galaxy S24 series.
Keep an eye out for the arrival of One UI 6.1, which is likely to debut on the Galaxy S24 series in January 2024. This update could mark the beginning of an AI revolution for Samsung devices.