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Samsung One UI 6.0 should bring Video Remaster feature



Samsung Video Remaster

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.

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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.

Samsung Video Remaster

Video Unblur

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.

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These Samsung Galaxy devices may get One UI 6.0 Early Access



Samsung One UI 6 Early Access

One UI 6.0 is going to be the next big update for Samsung devices, and some flagships would get early access to the new software. The next One UI upgrade will bring the Android 14 operating system to Galaxy devices and the company is likely to begin the rollout later this year.

Google has already begun the Android 14’s development and the public beta program is expected to start by the next month. Notably, the South Korean tech giant won’t participate in Google’s Android beta testing as it runs an independent One UI Beta program.

Android v14 could officially launch in August 2023, and we hope Samsung will also begin the One UI 6.0 early access for Galaxies in the same timeframe. The Galaxy S23 series and the upcoming Galaxy foldables may be the first to get access to the One UI 6.0 beta program

These Samsung devices may get early access to One UI 6.0 –

  • Galaxy Z Series
    • Z Fold 5 & Z Flip 5 – Unreleased
    • Z Fold 4 & Z Flip 4
    • Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy S Series
    • S23, S23 Plus & S23 Ultra
    • S22, S22 Plus & S22 Ultra
    • S21, S21 Plus & S21 Ultra
  • Galaxy A Series
    • A54 & A53 [Uncertain]


  • The list is based on the previous rollout and Samsung’s software strategy.
  • Select M series phones may also get access to the One UI 6.0 Beta program.
  • Availability may be limited to select markets.

Samsung One UI 6 Early Access

One UI in 2023

Samsung started 2023 with the unveiling of the One UI 5.1 in early February. Within a month of launch, the company shared this S23-exclusive firmware with older Galaxy devices such as the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy Note 20 as well as Galaxy Fold and Flip series.

At the August Unpacked, Samsung will introduce the next One UI iteration – One UI 5.1.1. This new software will also be based on the Android 13 operating system. However, it will bring some additional tweaks and multitasking enhancements for large-screen devices.

Later this year, Samsung would unveil the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 firmware for Galaxy devices. It would take about three months for the company to test, adopt and optimize the new OS for Galaxy devices. Accordingly, the One UI 6.0 rollout is expected to start by October 2023.

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Samsung One UI 6.0 to bring separate lock screen live wallpaper feature



One UI 6.0 Live Wallpapers

Samsung One UI 6.0 could finally allow users to set separate live wallpaper on the home screen and lock screen. The different wallpaper selection feature is already available for static wallpapers, and Google is reportedly testing the ability for the new Android 14 OS.

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Way back in 2009, the Android OS started to support the live wallpapers feature and kept the same ability until the last stable Android version. Samsung also allows users to use live wallpapers on Galaxy devices using the Wonderland module of the Good Lock customization suite.

Similar to Android, Good Lock’s Wonderland is capable of applying live wallpaper on either the “home screen” or “Home screen and lock screen.” There’s no choice of picking up the live wallpaper for only the “lock screen” that Samsung could be finally bringing with the One UI 6.0.

According to XDA, Android, 13 QPR2 includes several code changes, which prepare for enabling an “independent lock screen live wallpaper” feature. One code change adds a new method to Android’s WallpaperManager class called setWallpaperComponentWithFlags().

Samsung One UI 6.0 lock screen live wallpaper

System apps that hold the SET_WALLPAPER_COMPONENT permission, such as Android’s Live Wallpaper Picker app, can use this method to “set the live wallpaper [component] for the given screen(s)”, such as the home screen, lock screen, or both screens.

Do note that the feature is not available in Android 14’s Developer Preview build, as the company may have reserved it for the public beta program. As soon as the testing phase concludes, Android will gain the separate lock screen live wallpaper feature through a firmware update.

In addition, Google is bringing a new volume control panel with Android 14, which is inspired by the One UI. The upcoming OS also brings a new Emoji Wallpaper generator feature, which we want in Samsung’s Android 14 update for Galaxy fans.

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Samsung Android 14-based One UI 6.0: Everything you need to know



Samsung One UI 6.0

Android 14 (One UI 6.0) update will be a big deal for Samsung consumers having an eligible Galaxy smartphone or tablet. Android 12 brought radical user interface tweaks, which have been refined in the Android 13 update. And we hope, the Android 14 will focus on performance and efficiency.

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Samsung will introduce the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 software version for Galaxy devices this year. I can confirm that the next version will be One UI 6 as there’s no rocket science behind this. One UI is a mature software and the company is strictly maintaining the naming strategy.

One UI 6.0

Flagship Samsung devices ranging from the Galaxy S21 series to the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5 foldables are eligible for the One UI 6.0 update, based on Android 14. Besides, there are a lot of Galaxy handsets launched with Android 12, which are also on the list!

One UI 6 is becoming the biggest reason, which is forcing me to purchase the S23 Ultra, but, I’ll continue using my S22 Ultra as a daily driver. Upgrade to the Galaxy Z Fold 5 will be highly fruitful for me, since, Samsung won’t be taking much time to expand One UI 6 Beta for older models.

One UI 6.0 Features

All the Security and Privacy related features and improvements of Android 14 will be included with the One UI 6.0 update. Samsung doesn’t rely on Google’s Android when it comes to the user interface as Galaxies offer the best and clean user experience with One UI.

We are too away from the One UI 6’s tentative development timeline, but, Samsung should now work on app icons, stock launcher, quick settings panel, and notification panel. Most users want a radically renovated user interface in One UI, as it’s continuing with refinements and refinements.

Samsung One UI 6.0

One UI 6.0 Eligible devices

In the Galaxy Z series, Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3 are eligible for the new OS. In the Galaxy S series, the Galaxy S23 series will get One UI 6 first, however, it will also be rolled out to the Galaxy S22 series and Galaxy S21 series (FE included).

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Samsung offers two major Android upgrades to every Galaxy device (from Galaxy A, M, and F lineups). It means, if your device launched with Android 12 out of the box, it will surely get the Android 14 upgrade. Some A series devices are also eligible for three OS upgrades, hence, check the complete list below:

List of Samsung Galaxy devices eligible for Android 14 (One UI 6.0) update

One UI 6.0 Release Date

Within 2022, the company rolled out the One UI 5.0 update for almost all eligible Galaxy models. And February became a great month for flagship Galaxy devices that received the One UI 5.1 feature drop update. It’s difficult to commit release date of One UI 6.0, while the timeline should be early October.

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Post completion of the One UI 5.0 rollout, Samsung promised that it will further strengthen its collaboration with chip makers (i.e. Qualcomm) and Google. As promised, this year, the company will try to deploy One UI even faster and more reliable software for Galaxy.

Samsung Android 14 (One UI 6.0) update roadmap [Prediction]

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March 22: Google takes ideas from One UI to make Android 14 a user-friendly and feature-full OS, Source 1, 2.

March 21: We tried installing the Android 14 Developer Preview 2 on our Google Pixel 7 unit and it bricked.

March 8: Google kicked off Android 14 Developer Preview 2 for Pixel smartphones with various new features.

March 02: Dashlane confirmed that the Android 14’s final release will bring support for passkeys to apps.

February 8: Google released Android 14 Developer Preview 1 for Pixel devices (Pixel 4a 5G to 7 Pro).

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