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One UI 6.1: Does it improve battery life on Galaxy phones?

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One UI 6.1 Battery last charge feature

The most awaited update – One UI 6.1 has brought various significant features and enhancements, that will elevate the device’s functioning and offer users a more seamless experience. But it’s also essential to examine whether One UI 6.1 improves battery life on Galaxy phones or the condition is now even worse.

With the One UI 6.1 update, Samsung may have indeed made some optimizations that can potentially improve battery life on Galaxy phones. The refined and power management features of Galaxy AI may also help users get the most out of their device without worrying about putting the phone on charge.

After the rollout of Android 14-based One UI 6.1 software, Samsung has also updated its Device Care app and brought back the last charge feature. This element offers users insights into how much time the screen has, which apps have been used, and an estimate of how long the battery of their Galaxy device will last.

However, the changelog of One UI 6.1 didn’t mention any new battery management feature, but users may encounter an improved battery life after upgrading their Galaxy device to the latest version. Also, the battery life of individual Galaxy devices can vary based on factors like model, usage patterns, and installed apps.

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One UI 7 iPhone-like Battery Health feature

One UI 6.0 was quite good, this One UI 6.1 is pleasing but the upcoming version of Samsung’s custom skin – One UI 7 might be an outstanding upgrade. As some rumors hint that, Samsung might bring an iPhone-like Battery Health feature for Galaxy devices with Android 15-based One UI 7 software. Read more. 

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One UI 6.1’s Home Up app update unveils new capabilities: Finder access, Icon size setting, background blur, and more

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Samsung One UI 6.1 Hoem Up new features

Samsung has rolled out a significant update to its Home Up Good Lock module with version 15.0.01.19 for One UI 6.1 devices. The update introduces new features for devices including the Galaxy S24 series and focuses on enhancing the home screen and folder management.

For the home screen, the update adds the long-awaited  ‘Access Finder’ feature that makes it easier for users to find and open apps quickly. Also, the new ‘App Icon Setting’ allows for the customization of app icons, enabling users to adjust their size and appearance to suit their choices. These home screen features are also available on the Galaxy S24 series

In terms of folder customization, users can now change the background color of their folders, allowing for a more personalized look. They can also adjust the background blur of folders, which can help the home screen appear cleaner and more organized. The update also includes an option to rearrange folder icons, helping users keep their apps in order.

For the Galaxy S24 series, certain functions are not supported by the update but will be made available through the ‘One UI Home’ app update. You can get the update through the Galaxy Store or from the Good Lock app.

Samsung One UI 6.1 Hoem Up new features

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Samsung One UI 6.1 Intelligent Optimization Camera Feature

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One UI 6.1 Intelligent Optimization

Samsung Galaxy S24 series introduced several new features and enhancements with the One UI 6.1, one of which is Intelligent Optimization. This feature is designed to give users specific control over the image processing levels directly from the camera settings.

The Intelligent Optimization feature allows users to adjust how their photos are processed. Whether capturing everyday moments or professional shots, the Intelligent Optimization feature in One UI 6.1 ensures that your photos meet your standards with minimal effort.

How to activate it?

You can easily enable the Intelligent Optimization feature by following the steps below.

  • Open the Camera app, then Settings.
  • Tap on Intelligent Optimization.
  • Choose the desired optimization level
    • Maximum
    • Medium: Speed up capture time by doing less optimization
    • Minimum: Take pictures as fast as possible by not optimizing pictures after they are taken.
  • Optionally, enable or disable the Scene Optimizer.

Samsung One UI 6.1 Intelligent Optimization

This feature allows for customization of photo attributes such as sharpness, contrast, and brightness. For example, selecting the minimum level results in more natural-looking images, while the maximum level increases detail and sharpness, which is ideal for zoomed-in shots. Notably, the quality optimization setting of these levels only affects Photo Mode.

If you enable Scene Optimizer, it automatically optimizes the color and contrast of pictures to make dark scenes look brighter, food looks tastier and landscapes look more vivid.

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Samsung Galaxy S22, Z Fold 4, and Flip 4 to get these AI features with One UI 6.1

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Samsung S22 Fold flip 5 Galaxy AI features

Samsung is gearing up to roll out an Android 14-based One UI 6.1 update to more flagship devices including Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Fold 4, and Galaxy Z Flip 4. These flagships are expected to get the One UI 6.1 update in early May 2024 and are expected to enhance the user experience by integrating Galaxy AI features introduced in the Galaxy S23 FE smartphone.

The Korean tech giant had previously confirmed that they are considering the Galaxy S22 for Galaxy AI integration. Now, it is also possible that users of the 4th generation of foldables may also enjoy the Galaxy AI features.

One UI 6.1 update for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy Z Fold 4, and Galaxy Z Flip 4 will improve performance and user experience as well as expected to bring below mentioned Galaxy AI features.

List of Galaxy AI features

  • Circle to Search
  • Chat Assist
  • Interpreter
  • Live Translate
  • Note Assist
  • Transcript Assist
  • Browsing Assist
  • Generative Edit
  • Edit Suggestion
  • Generative Wallpaper

It’s important to note that the availability of these AI features may vary across different models. Samsung evaluates the performance and usability of each device to ensure optimal integration of these features.

While the exact release date for the One UI 6.1 update has not been confirmed by Samsung, the anticipation is building among Galaxy users. This update will offer a more intuitive and personalized smartphone experience. Users are advised to stay tuned for more information.

13 Samsung Galaxy devices may get One UI 6.1 and select AI features in May 2024

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