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List of Samsung phones that are ready to get One UI 5.1 update

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One UI 5.1 will be showcased at Samsung Unpacked next month, while various Galaxy devices are ready to receive the update. Over One UI 5, the forthcoming One UI 5.1 update may bring more useful features as well as optimization to the system.

CheckFirm, which detects under-development firmware on Samsung servers spotted possible One UI 5.1 update for different new and older Galaxy phones. Since the testing is in internal stage, there will not be any kind of Beta or early access availability of the One UI 5.1.

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The Galaxy S23 series with One UI 5.1 is launching on February 1st, and we guess, the rollout of this new software may begin within a month after the launch of new flagships. In March 2023, all Galaxy flagships upgraded with Android 13 may receive the new One UI 5.1 update.

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Every year, Samsung debuts the x.1 software iteration based on the Android operating system. In the second half, the company would bring One UI 5.1.1 version with the next generation foldable smartphones. However, the x.1.1 update won’t be available for a wide range of Galaxy devices.

As compared to One UI 5.1.1, One UI 5.1 will be available for different Samsung smartphone and tablet lineups such as the Galaxy S, Z, Note and A. Naturally, some new features might not lose Galaxy S23 exclusivity, but, we expect new photography focussed additions.

One UI 5.1 testing started for these Samsung phones:

  • S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra
  • Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4
  • S21, S21+ and S21 Ultra
    • S21 FE
  • S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra
    • S20 FE
  • A53 5G
  • A73 5G
  • A52s 5G

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Here’s your first look at One UI 5.1 Battery Status Widget [Gallery]

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Samsung One UI 5.1 Battery Status Widget

Similar to the Galaxy S23 series, One UI 5.1 software is also an epic creation by Samsung. It loads plenty of exciting features, which can also be experienced without purchasing a Galaxy S23 smartphone. Everything apart, the most awaited Battery Status Widget feature is finally available on the One UI 5.1!

One UI 5.1 version’s new Battery Status Widget feature has two different options and both look wonderful on the screen. You may have been wondering about the availability of these widgets. We guess the company won’t make you wait for long to get this One UI 5.1 upgrade.

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The first widget option displays the battery status of the smartphone and connected devices in 4×1 format using circles. The second battery widget looks quite similar to the One UI 5’s Smart Suggestions widget. It brings a rectangular shape and showcases battery status with a green bar.

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Battery Status (circles)

This widget design has a circular ring filled with green color and expands as per the percentage of the battery. Inside the circle, the element also features a device icon and percentage in text for even better understanding. Notably, the Green ring also turns to Red when the battery reaches a down level.

One UI 5.1 Battery Status Widget

Battery Status (List)

This Smart Suggestions-like looking widget also delivers the battery status of Galaxy ecosystem devices such as smartphone, smartwatch, earbuds, and S Pen. In a list format, the widget box has a header entitled Battery, followed by the battery status of devices with elements like icon, device name, battery bar, and percentage in text.

One UI 5.1 Battery Status Widget

Interestingly, both widgets look like trimmed-down versions of the ones available in the Apple iOS operating system. Talking about usability, Samsung managed to deliver the same in less space on the screen so you can take full advantage of the display on a single page.

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What’s new with Samsung One UI 5.1 AI Eraser features and how to use

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Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy S23 series with the One UI 5.1 software at the Unpacked event yesterday. The new devices introduce a bunch of new features and improvements that are coming soon to older Galaxy phones. Some of such One UI 5.1 improvements can be seen in the Samsung AI Eraser.

The AI Eraser of Samsung Gallery is smart enough to erase the shows, light reflection, and wanted objects from your pictures to make them look perfect. This function of the Galaxy devices is getting improvements with the latest One UI 5.1 software.

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According to a Samsung members community moderator, the One UI 5.1 update has improved the processing speed of the AI ​​eraser function. It will help users get the perfect results in no time. Additionally, the company has also improved the resolution, image quality, and other AI eraser editing tools.

How to use Galaxy AI Eraser

How to erase objects :

You first need to visit “Samsung Gallery” and open the “photo” you want to edit, Next, tap on the “Edit icon” and then visit the “More” options. Now tap on “AI Eraser”, select the object to erase, and finally, tap “Done” when you are satisfied with the editing.

How to erase shadows :

Shadow erase automatically distinguishes between shadows to be erased and shadows to be discarded, and image quality has also been improved after shadow erase is applied. However, variations may occur depending on photo characteristics, such as shooting conditions.

To use this function, head over to “Samsung Gallery”, Select a photo and tap on the “Edit” option. Now tap on the “More” option and then tap “AI Eraser”. Now tap on “Shadow Erase”, finally erase the shadow and click “Done”.

How to clear light reflections:

Just like the other two editing features, to clear light reflections, you need to open the Picture you want to edit in the Gallery app. Tap on the Edit icon >> More options ?? AI Erase. Now tap on “Light Reflection Erase”, erase the unwanted light reflection and tap “Done”.

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Samsung introduces Multi Control feature with One UI 5.1, are you ready?

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Multi Control Feature

One UI 5.1 is official, thanks to Samsung’s new Galaxy S23 smartphone lineup. Since the update is yet to release for older Galaxy devices, we are closely exploring all the awaited features. It’s clear that Samsung will roll out the Multi Control feature with One UI 5.1 for Galaxy phones.

As showcased during the Unpacked, the Samsung Multi Control feature allows you to control your Galaxy smartphone, Galaxy Tablets, and Galaxy Book PC directly from the Galaxy Book3 series’ keyboard and trackpad. This capability enables you to copy, paste, or drag and drop between devices.

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Benefits of Multi Control

Samsung usually brings additional benefits to connected experiences across the Galaxy S lineup of smartphones. The new Multi Control feature connects mouse and keyboard functionality between a Samsung Galaxy PC and tablet to serve ultimate flexibility between devices.

Besides this, enhanced text usability makes it easy to copy and paste text, like URLs, from one device (smartphone) to another (Tab / PC) to pick up activity on another device. There are more new features in the One UI 5.1 software, check them out right here.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Multi Control Feature

Additional notes

To use the Samsung Multi Control feature, your Galaxy smartphone needs to run the latest One UI 5.1 software. However, consumers having Galaxy Tab running One UI 4.1 or later and Galaxy Book launched in 2021 and later can also enjoy the Multi Control.

Notably, Galaxy users are required to sign in with the same Samsung Account on both phones and PC. There are fewer chances of the expansion of this feature to non-Samsung laptops. Hence, you are lucky if owned a Galaxy Book as Samsung is greatly enhancing the ecosystem.

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