Samsung is now rolling out the One UI 3.0 Beta 2 for the Galaxy S20 series users (via RPRNA). The Galaxy S20 series users in South Korea and the US are getting the latest beta update.
The One UI 3.0 Beta 2 comes with a fix for several bugs. The software version of this update is ZTJG. You can check the complete changelog below.
– The photo file stored in external SD card is not recognized in gallery.
– Issue that booting can not be done normally when internal storage is full.
– Error occurs when changing DeX font size.
– Sound volume > ‘Call notification during call’ adjustment error.
– Phone reset when receiving a call.
– Wi-Fi AP search is not possible.
– Not received due to network error when receiving MMS.
– Quick panel improvement.
– Camera improvement.
– Application of many other improvements.
The One UI 3.0 Beta 2 software updates are only provided OTA. You can check for the update from Settings → Software Update → Download and Install.
In addition to South Korea and the US, the One UI 3.0 Beta 2 will be available in Germany, Poland, India, China, and the UK.
One UI 6.1: 5 Galaxy AI features that boost your work productivity
Whether you need to communicate with people who speak different languages, prepare the perfect message for any occasion, organize and summarize your work materials, or transcribe your meetings and conversations, the Galaxy S24 has an AI feature for that.
In this article, we’ll explore five of the most impressive Galaxy AI features that boost your work productivity
5 Galaxy AI Features:
Two-way call translation:
Live Translate feature allows you to have real-time, two-way translation on conference calls with people who speak 17 different languages. You can communicate clearly and professionally with anyone, even if they don’t have a Galaxy or a smartphone.
Tailored tone for text & email
Chat Assist feature helps you to create the perfect message as well as gives you AI-generated suggestions on how to restructure your message and writing style according to the tone you want to convey.
Whether you need to write a formal email, a catchy social media post or a friendly text, Chat Assist can help you do it right from the Samsung Keyboard. And if you need to write in a language you don’t speak, Chat Assist can also translate your message for you.
Face to Face, Multi Language Meetings
If you need to converse face-to-face with someone who speaks a different language, you can use Interpreter, which turns your Galaxy S24 into a real-time, in-person translator. This feature splits the phone screen into two, so each person can see and hear the translated text and audio of the other.
You can choose from 17 languages and variations and have a smooth and professional conversation with anyone around you.
Organize ideas & planning
With this Note Assist feature, you can generate, read and save abridged versions of all your materials in a few taps of your finger, transforming the daily churn of documents into a well-structured archive.
The Galaxy S24 also helps you organize and summarize your work materials with Note Assist, which lets you save any document to your Samsung Notes app and create a bullet-point summary of it.
You can also use Transcript Assist to record and transcribe your meetings and conversations, and add a summary to them using Note Assist. If you have pre-existing audio files recorded without Transcript Assist, the feature can convert these files to notes using Text to Audio.
Wait is Over: One UI 6.1 and Galaxy AI update release date officially revealed
Samsung is bringing its Galaxy AI features to more Galaxy devices through a new software update, One UI 6.1. The company announces the global expansion of mobile AI by enabling users to experience Galaxy AI on previous devices.
One UI 6.1 update will be started rolling out for Samsung Galaxy S23, S23 FE, Z Fold 5, Z Flip 5, and Tab S9 from the end of March. Through this update, users can enjoy the same Galaxy AI experience as the Galaxy S24 series.
Galaxy AI is Samsung’s vision to make AI more accessible and useful for everyone. It combines on-device and cloud-based AI to deliver a range of communication, productivity, and creativity features that enhance the user experience.
Some of the Galaxy AI features include Chat Assist, Live Translate, Interpreter, Circle to Search with Google, Note Assist, Browsing Assist, and Transcript Assist. Additionally, Galaxy AI enables users to express their creativity with features such as Generative Edit, Edit Suggestion, Instant Slow-mo, and AI-generated wallpapers.
Samsung plans to bring Galaxy AI to over 100 million Galaxy users within 2024 and continue to innovate ways to harness the unlimited possibilities of mobile AI.
One UI 6.1 testing begins for Samsung Galaxy devices [List]
Thanks to Samsung Galaxy AI, the One UI 6.1 packs various new features. The new software iteration is also based on the Android 14 operating system. However, the Korean tech giant has crafted many new features exclusively for the Galaxy S24 series.
In the past, Samsung rolled out incremental One UI version updates to older Galaxy models, bringing select features from new smartphones. Similarly, the upcoming One UI 6.1 should be available for the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S22, and Galaxy S21 series.
Even before introducing the Galaxy S24 series, Samsung has been testing the One UI 6.1 version on older Galaxy models. The first entry is Galaxy S23, which was initially spotted running the alleged One UI 6.1 version in mid-December in South Korea.
We will keep a record of devices that are testing the next One UI update.
One UI 6.1 testing begins for Samsung Galaxy devices [List]
- Galaxy S23 Series [Internal + Stable Beta]
- S23 FE
- Galaxy S22 Series [Internal Beta]
- Galaxy S21 Series [Internal Beta]
- S21 FE Snapdragon
- Galaxy Z Fold 5 & Z Flip 5 [Internal Beta]
- Galaxy Z Fold 4 & Z Flip 4 [Internal Beta]
- Galaxy A54 5G [Stable Beta]
- Galaxy A34 5G [Stable Beta]
- Galaxy A73
- Galaxy A53 5G [Stable Beta]
- Galaxy A52s 5G [Stable Beta]
- Galaxy M34 5G
- Galaxy F54 5G