One UI 5.1
Looks like, Samsung One UI 5.1 is ready
Samsung’s Galaxy S23 preparations are in full swing as we are getting back-to-back leaks and rumors over the past few days. Besides hardware upgrades, tipsters are now sharing early inputs about the Samsung One UI 5.1, which suggests, the new software is ready.
Anyone tracking the Samsung Galaxy ecosystem can speculate what’s coming next in terms of products and software versions. Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy S23 series will run Samsung Android 13-based One UI 5.1 software version, which later expands to older Galaxies (phones, tablets).
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The most recent development indicates that the development and optimization of the One UI 5.1 software is almost completed. Galaxy Store app published updated versions of three Samsung apps including Messages, Health and AR Zone that are extracted from the Galaxy S23 Ultra.
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Earlier, a prominent leaker claimed through his Twitter post that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will officially run the Android 13-based One UI 5.1 software. The tipster has not mentioned non-Ultra variants, however, the base S23 and S23 Plus are most likely to run the next One UI version.
Several trusted sources revealed that the Galaxy S23 series will be introduced on February 1st, maybe US time, which will be February 2nd for several other parts of the world. As it’s going to be an in-person event, the company might showcase One UI 5.1 features and improvements for the upcoming flagships.
One UI 5.1 – What to expect
The latest One UI 5.0 update brought plenty of new features and notable enhancements to the user interface. Still, there are some scopes of improvements such as better adoption of Android 13 operating system and the Material You theming engine.
Samsung rivals impressively adopted the Android 13’s Dynamic Theming engine. We have seen the user interface of OxygenOS and ColorOS skins based on the new operating system version, which looks a lot better and optimized than the One UI 5.
Way back in October, Samsung published a blog post on the Netherlands Newsroom, mentioning that some lock screen features will be compatible with version 5.1. It gave us our first official confirmation of the One UI 5’1 existence, however, more features are on our wishlist.
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Samsung Galaxy A52s One UI 5.1 update live in India, France, and more countries
Users of Samsung Galaxy A52s smartphones in several countries are enjoying the One UI 5.1 feature and now the company has pushed this major update of A52s in India as well.
Samsung Galaxy A52s is getting One UI 5.1 update in India with One UI firmware version A528BXXU2EWC1 and a big installation package size of 1386.87 MB. You can download and install the update to get a next-level experience.
Along with the Indian variant, the company is also expanding the One UI 5.1 update for Galaxy A52s in Iraq, Indonesia, Ireland, Spain, Austria, Switzerland, Bulgaria, France, Romania, and more countries.
One UI 5.1 update brings a slew of new features and improvements to make your Galaxy experience more innovative and smoother. Also, the update installs the latest Android patch released in March 2023 to improve system security and stability.
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The latest update brings new camera features, Enhanced remastering, Shared family Album, revamped image info display, multitasking in DeX, advanced Modes & Routines, Dynamic Weather widget, new contact widget, battery widget, improved Internet Browsing, and more.
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Galaxy A52s users can download the update via the Settings app, then tap on Software updates, and press the Download and install option. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the update.
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Samsung One UI 5.1 GIF Remaster Feature
GIF feature is used to express emotions other than stickers. It stands for Graphics Interchange Format which supports both animated and static images. Samsung already offers a bunch of photo editing tools for Galaxy devices with One UI, and with One UI 5.1, the company has added the GIF Remaster feature.
The GIF also has unique advantages such as expressive transparent background, so it is actively used, but because it is an old format, there are quality problems. That’s why, Samsung added the GIF Remaster feature that applies the latest deep-learning techniques to improve the quality of GIF images.
The company introduced the GIF Remaster feature with the Samsung Galaxy S23 series and is currently expanding to supported models only that are running on One UI 5.1 or higher. Like other Remastered features, you can access it from the Gallery suggestions screen or the Single View screen.
GIF Remaster feature
GIF Remaster uses deep learning techniques to improve picture quality. Deep learning training involves a large amount of data, so it is very effective for improving GIFs with different types and quality degradation.
How does it work?
Noise Cancellation and Upscale
The noise generated by quantization and dithering varies greatly depending on the parameter settings when creating the GIF, and the magnitude of the noise is much larger than that of later developed encoding methods.
Recreating GIFs through deep learning can effectively reduce both types of noise. Also, GIF images usually have a lower resolution. GIF Remaster upscaling up to 2x for added detail and clarity.
Transparent background GIF preprocessing
If an image with a transparent background is passed through a deep learning network, unwanted noise will be generated at the pixels at the edge of the object, as shown in the 1st image below [without preprocessing].
This is because deep learning networks also refer to the color of neighboring pixels when generating pixels at the edge of an object. The opacity of the transparent background pixels is set to 0 so that they are practically invisible, but the RGB value information (mainly black 0) is still valid, so the RGB information of this transparent pixel affects the deep learning network and reduces noise.
GIF Remastering creates results without edge noise, as shown in [Applying preprocessing] last image below, by applying a deep learning network algorithm that processes transparent background pixels to leave them unaffected. The technology is currently patented.
How’s GIF created?
GIF images are created from raw images in two main steps: lossy compression and lossless compression. The second stage, lossless compression, uses LZW encoding, which is a type of entropy encoding, similar to ZIP file compression without losing information easily. On the other hand, in lossy compression, information is lost in the first stage, resulting in a loss of quality.
GIF converts the colors of the input pixels to 8-bit 256 or smaller, a process called quantization. Images such as JPEG represent 16,777,216 colors at 24 bits per pixel, and the difference from the original image can cause noticeable discomfort when converted to GIF.
A process of hiding the discomfort caused by quantization error by adding artificial noise is sometimes implemented, called dithering. Dithering can make the boundaries between quantized regions smoother, but adding noise by rules can accidentally produce unpleasant noise.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite begins receiving One UI 5.1 features
Hurrah! Samsung has finally kicked off the One UI 5.1 update based on Android 13 for an affordable tablet – the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. The company wants to deliver users a different and better Galaxy Tab experience through this major update.
One UI 5.1 update for Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite makes multitasking easier on its large screen as well as adds many advanced features that will completely enhance your experience. Also, it installs an Android security patch to amplify the security of the device.
The Korean tech giant has seeded this update in India and will soon expand it to more Galaxy Tab A7 lite models. Users in India can verify this update via One UI build version T225XXU2CWB3.
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Back in the year 2021, Samsung unveiled Galaxy Tab A7 Lite with a large impressive display, a long-lasting battery of 5100mAh, octa-core MediaTek Helio P22, and more. It came with Android 11 and it received 2 major updates last year. And now, the device has started getting One UI 5.1 goodness.
Let’s talk about the new features of One UI 5.1 that the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite received with the latest update.
Camera and Gallery:
The One UI 5.1 update lets you easily change the color tone of your selfies by selecting Natural or Bright options using the dedicated button on the screen.
Meanwhile, the Gallery app is getting GIF Remaster, Extract Text from the video feature, Detailed view of your photo or video, easier searching and sharing, improved handling, and more.
Being a large-screen device, the most important feature that the Tab A7 Lite is getting is the improved DeX mode. The company has significantly improved multitasking with this.
In Pop view, you can now adjust the window size by dragging the window edges in any direction. Meanwhile, for split-screen, you will see categories for Recent apps and Most used apps, allowing you to quickly select apps for Split Screen.
The fresh update installs a new Battery widget to display your phone and connected devices’ battery status effortlessly. The Dynamic Weather widget provides the current weather support, forecasts, and more. And, the improved Smart suggestion widget now recommends you a Spotify playlist.
One UI 5.1 for Galaxy Tab: Samsung’s new Android 13 skin has wonderful additions