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Galaxy AI Divide: Why Samsung Galaxy S22 series gets left behind

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Launched with the Galaxy S24 series earlier this year, Galaxy AI has been expanded to 9 flagship models released last year. A new report indicates that Samsung has given up on developing the Galaxy AI features with One UI 6.1 update to Galaxy S22 and other flagships.

Samsung plans to release One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 series this month. However, the software will lack the AI-powered feature that has been rolled out to the Galaxy S23 series and other flagship handsets released last year.

A Samsung Electronics official said, “The number of models eligible for the update will increase this month, but there are no plans to introduce additional Galaxy AI features.” As a result, AI features will only be applied to models released up to last year.

Key Galaxy AI features are real-time translation, chat assist, circle to search, note assist, and generative editing. This allowed older smartphones to take advantage of features on the 2023 flagships. However, these tools were expected to be available on 2022 models too through an update this month.

Flagships released last year had specs that were largely capable of handling AI features. Meanwhile, it has been found that the 2022 models are difficult to adopt Galaxy AI due to chipset performance and operating mode. It was judged that it would be difficult to implement Galaxy AI features with software updates alone.

Samsung may reconsider, but there’s no guarantee.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series receiving May 2024 security update

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Samsung has begun releasing the May 2024 security update for the Galaxy Tab S9 series. The update is available in Europe and the company will soon make it available in more countries.

The fresh software update brings system security improvements, stability optimization, bug fixes, and functional enhancement to provide a better experience. It is just a regular update so it does not include any new features or changes except a security maintenance patch.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9, Galaxy Tab S9 Plus, and Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra are getting a May 2024 security update with One UI build ending with BXE3.

If you have received the notification of the update then install it now to get a bug-free experience. You can also check the update by visiting the Settings app on your smartphone and opening the Software Update section.

Now, click on the Download and install option. If any update is available, you can follow the on-screen instructions to install the update on your Galaxy smartphone.

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How to enable One UI 6.1 Relumino Mode in Samsung Galaxy

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Samsung Galaxy devices receiving Relumino Mode with One UI 6.1 update. Initially available in premium TVs, Samsung’s Relumino Mode empowers visually impaired users. It’s added as part of an Accessibility feature that you must manually enable.

The Korean tech giant collaborated with advisors with low vision, researchers, engineers, programmers, and testers to develop a solution. As a result, Relumino Mode helps users with low vision to connect with the world and enjoy content they want to watch.

Samsung says One UI 6.1 Relumino Mode is the product of years of R&D to advance its goal of providing “Screens for All” and improving the viewing experience for those with limited vision. This new feature is available in the Galaxy S24 series and select older flagships.

Relumino Mode was designed to improve the lives of those with low vision by increasing the visibility of on-screen text and images. It enhances the screen’s contrast and brightness and sharpens image outlines and shapes, enabling users to easily discern content on their devices.

[Settings > Accessibility > Vision enhancements > Relumino outline]

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Samsung Galaxy Book 4 Edge design, price and specs leak ahead of launch

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Samsung Galaxy Book 4 Edge design, price and specs leaked ahead of launch. The company is preparing to launch new laptops powered by Qualcomm’s new ARM-based chipsets for Windows. Meanwhile, a Sweden-based retailer revealed the pricing info about the upcoming product.

The 14-inch model will be priced at SEK 20,927.00 (approx. $1,952 / €1,791), while the 16-inch model will cost SEK 22,085.00 (approx. $2,060 / €1,890). These pricing are for 16GB and 512GB models in Arctic Blue color.

It’s worth noting that the Book4 Edge will be available in a 14-inch and 16-inch size variant. It’s uncertain whether Samsung will debut more RAM and storage configurations for its Edge-branded laptop lineup.

Laptop vendors are racing to ship their products with Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon X Elite ARM-based chips. Samsung seemingly has an edge over Windows laptop opponents and the Galaxy Book 4 Edge may be launched soon.

The Book 4 Edge may feature a 3K AMOLED display, two USB Type-C ports, one full-sized HDMI port, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Besides, the 16-inch variant will likely have one USB-A port and a microSD card reader.

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