Ahead of unveiling Pixel 8 series, Google is preparing to bring a new Video Unblur feature to its native Photos app. Since Samsung already has Remaster feature for Image and GIF files, the One UI 6.0 should introduce a Video Remaster feature to take on Google.
Samsung’s Android 14 update would bring the One UI 6.0 software to Galaxy devices later this year. During the Beta test expected between August and October, the company will test new features and improvements derived from the new operating system.
No doubt, the South Korean tech giant takes care of consumers’ feedback and applies necessary suggestions intro mobile and software departments. That said, Samsung should bring a new Video Remaster feature with its new One UI 6.0 iteration.
Google debuted the Photo Unblur feature with the Pixel 7 smartphone lineup last year. For the next-gen flagships, the company seems to be preparing a more advanced feature called Video Unblur. Since the feature entered the internal testing phase, Google would surely bring it to the consumers.
Google and Samsung jointly working on the development of the Tensor G3 chipset, which just rumored to be a modified version of the Exynos 2300. The Tensor G2 features excellent machine-learning capabilities, which enables features like Photo Unblur.
As Photo Unblur is exclusively available on the Pixel 7 series, Google is reportedly working to finalize the Video Unblur function, which could debut with the Pixel 8 series later this year. Through an APK teardown, 9to5Google managed to achieve the Video Unblur user interface in the Photos app.
Samsung is already ahead of Google as the GIF Remaster feature is the most recent example. The One UI’s Remaster feature is capable of upscaling tiny clips, and we don’t think the company will face any issues expanding this feature to the Video files as well.
The South Korean tech giant usually adapts the new Android OS and delivers it to Galaxy devices in the fourth quarter of every year. Moving ahead, the One UI 6.1 iteration might debut intelligent new features to enhance user experience on Galaxy.
One UI 6 Beta 5 for Samsung Galaxy S23 arrives: Fixes touch, camera, rebooting, and more issues
Samsung is rolling out a One UI 6 Beta 5 update for Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone users in the UK. The update is part of the One UI 6 Beta program, which allows users to test the latest features and improvements before the stable release.
One UI 5 Beta 6 update of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series can be identified through PDA ending with ZWIK and weighs around 750 MB. It brings several bug fixes and enhancements to the Galaxy S23 series devices.
The update fixes a bundle of issues that users encountered in the last beta version, mainly related to call recording, ghost touch, Camera, motion photo, Maintenance mode, and more.
- Fixed the problem of not being able to record during a call
- Fixed no touch at the bottom of the screen or
ghost touch issue
- Fixed the issues of stuck after entering camera, forced termination. and not being able to take pictures
- Fixed the problem of not being able to use Motion Photo
- Fixed infinite rebooting problem when entering Maintenance Mode
- Many other improvements
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5, Flip 5 to receive One UI 6.0 beta in October, Community Moderator confirms
One UI 6.0 Beta update for Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5 has been delayed, which was scheduled to be released in late September 2023. This announcement is made by Samsung’s Community Moderator through a comment on the Samsung Members app.
For this delay, the moderator stated that more work is required to ensure the stability of the One UI 6.0 beta software for Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5 smartphones.
In addition, the official assured that the company will do its best to deliver stable software so that the beta version can be launched as early as possible in October after the Chuseok holiday, which is a significant Korean festival that falls in late September this year.
Previously, Samsung’s community moderator had disclosed that the One UI team was working diligently in development and review to complete the beta version with the aim of distributing it within September. However, it seems that the team encountered some issues that required more time to fix.
Hurrah! Samsung Galaxy S22 users in India can now enjoy One UI 6 Beta features [2.8GB]
One UI 6 Beta update for Samsung Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra arrives with a bundle of new features and advancements along with the Android security patch to provide a wonderful and next-level experience.
- Galaxy S22 – S901EXXU7ZWI6
- Galaxy S22 Plus – S906EXXU7ZWI6
- Galaxy S22 Ultra – S908EXXU7ZWI6
The installtion package size of this update is 2.8 GB, user can connect their device to WiFi to install the update. The update brings the September 2023 security patch to improve system security and stability.
To join the One UI 6 Beta program, you need to access the Samsung Members app, find the Beta invitation banner, and fill out some basic information and consent. As soon as you complete the registration, Samsung will seed the Android 14-based One UI 6 Beta on your device. Then you can download and install the Beta update through Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install.