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Samsung reveals 11 One UI 6.1 Galaxy AI features coming to S23, Z Flip/Fold 5 and Tab S9

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It’s a big day for Samsung fans waiting for the Galaxy AI and One UI 6.1 update. The Galaxy maker not only announced the update’s late March availability but also revealed 11 One UI 6.1 Galaxy AI features that are coming to the Galaxy S23 series, Tab S9 series, S23 FE, Z Flip 5, and Z Fold 5.

Eleven One UI 6.1 Galaxy AI features coming to your Galaxy

Samsung’s update will bring many new AI-derived features to eligible devices. The list includes the ability to adjust message tone and translate messages in 13 different languages using Chat Assist. Besides, Galaxy users can experience the power of real-time interactions through Live Translate.

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With Interpreter, Galaxy users can also engage in spontaneous conversations with locals while traveling as the split-screen feature generates text translations for live conversations. Circle to Search also expands to more Galaxies, which generates intuitive search results with a swift circle-motioned gesture.

The upcoming Note Assist functionality will allow users to create formats, generate summaries, and translate notes. In addition, Samsung Internet’s Browsing Assist enables individuals to stay up to speed faster by generating comprehensive summaries of news articles.

Transcript Assist can also easily transcribe meeting recordings and generate summaries and translations. Through Generative Edit, AI-supported devices can easily resize, reposition, or realign objects in photos to perfect a great shot.

Users can also polish any photo faster and easier than ever with Edit Suggestion. The most interesting feature of Galaxy AI is Instant Slow-Mo which can generate additional frames for slow-motion videos to capture action-packed moments.

Last but not least, Galaxy AI also has futuristic customization capabilities for Galaxy consumers. Customizing Galaxy devices is even easier than before through AI-generated wallpapers, enabling AI-supported devices to bring users’ creativity to life.

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ReALM: Apple races to close AI gap as Samsung, Google soar

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Google and Samsung succeeded in deploying AI into their mobile products. While both phone makers gained a lead in the market, Apple ReALM is also racing to close the gap in AI products such as iPhones and Macbooks.

Apple researchers announced a new AI model called ReALM (via VentureBeat). The company aims to improve Siri’s understanding of user commands by utilizing its new AI model.

ReALM by Apple works by converting all context; voice commands, and visual information on the screen, into text. These capabilities will be fueled by Apple’s voice assistant Siri, making it even more dynamic and useful.

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Apple’s AI mode brings three key advantages, which will foster AI in Siri. ReALM is faster and more efficient, smaller and more efficient for on-device use, and offers improved accuracy.

Recently, it was reported that Apple is in talks with Google to use Gemini Nano in iPhones. After Google AI benefited Pixel, Galaxy AI also brought rising success to Samsung’s S24 flagships, putting pressure on Apple.

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Samsung notifying One UI 6.1 release date for 9 flagship devices

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One UI 6.1 update for the 9 Galaxy devices could be released anytime now as Samsung has scheduled it for the end of March. In China, users have started getting notification popups regarding the One UI 6.1 expansion.

According to the official notification, Samsung will begin the One UI 6.1 update rollout for nine flagships in China on March 28. The update will bring significant improvements and enhancements along with a full Galaxy AI suite.

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One UI 6.1 update is based on Android 14 and offers a bunch of new and smart features to Galaxy devices. It makes Galaxy devices more smart, reliable, and secure through its AI-powered features.

Samsung Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Flip 5, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and Galaxy Tab S9 series will get the One UI 6.1 update on March 28 in China. As per the recent report, the Galaxy S23 series, Z Fold 5, and Z Fold 5 will receive all AI features of Galaxy S24.

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Samsung unveils AI-based 3D Map View in SmartThings

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Samsung is advancing its SmartThings ‘Map View’ service by including AI and 3D technology. The Map View service Map View lets you view and manage devices in each space at a glance while viewing a virtual drawing of your living space on SmartThings.

The latest update brings an automatic map creation tool that uses spatial AI technology. Even without a floor plan, devices equipped with LiDAR sensors, like the ‘Bespoke Jet Bot AI’, can map out a home’s structure.

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The new 3D view feature helps users better understand their home’s layout and control devices related to lighting, temperature, air quality, and energy consumption.

Samsung has also expanded compatibility to include Android and iOS devices, Samsung Smart TVs, and appliances with large displays such as the ‘Bespoke Refrigerator Family Hub’ and ‘Bespoke AI Combo’.

Map View service is set to become globally available, following Korea and the US, where it was launched last year. Samsung plans to introduce personalized services with AI characters and collaborate with the building and interior design sectors to make Map View useful in apartments and offices.

Samsung Map View Service SmartThings

Map View feature can be accessed via the Samsung SmartThings application on both Android and iOS smartphones, and also on TVs. Moreover, control options for this feature are expected to be integrated into other platforms, including Family Hub refrigerators, in the upcoming months.

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