“Introducing Expanded AI Capabilities for Galaxy Devices by Samsung”

Samsung is bringing its Galaxy AI features to more devices through a new One UL 6.1 update coming in late March, the company announced today. The features are coming to the Galaxy S23 series, S23 FE, Z Fold5 and Z Flip5, as well as Tab S9 Ultra, Tab S9+ and Tab S9. The AI features were first introduced for the Galaxy S24 series, but will soon be available to even more Samsung users. As nearly every tech company is introducing and expanding their AI-powered features, it makes sense for Samsung to make its features more widely accessible. In addition, a new “Note Assist” feature will let users generate summaries and translate notes, while a “Browsing Assist” feature will provide them with quick summaries of news articles.

Samsung has just announced that it will be rolling out a new One UL 6.1 update in late March to bring its Galaxy AI features to more devices. This means that the AI-powered features that were previously only available on the Galaxy S24 series will now be accessible on the Galaxy S23 series, S23 FE, Z Fold5, Z Flip5, Tab S9 Ultra, Tab S9+, and Tab S9. Samsung is expanding its reach and making these convenient features available to more users.

As the use of AI continues to grow, it’s no surprise that Samsung is following in the footsteps of other tech companies and making its features more widely available. With this update, users can expect to have access to Google’s “Circle to Search” feature, which allows for easy searching by using simple gestures such as circling, highlighting, scribbling, or tapping. The update will also introduce “Live Translate,” which provides voice and text translations for phone calls, and “Interpreter,” which generates text translations for live conversations.

In addition to these helpful features, the update will also bring “Chat Assist.” Simple adjustments to tone can now be made in messages, and texts can be translated into 13 languages using Samsung Keyboard. And for those who frequently take notes, a new feature called “Note Assist” will be available to generate summaries and translate notes. And for quick summaries of news articles, users can look to the “Browsing Assist” feature.

But that’s not all the update has to offer. Samsung is also introducing new photo editing capabilities such as “Generative Edit,” which allows for easy resizing, repositioning, and realigning of objects in photos. The “Edit Suggestion” feature will make photo editing a breeze, and the “Instant Slow-Mo” feature will generate additional frames for slow-motion videos so you can capture every moment with precision and detail.

“We are thrilled to bring our Galaxy AI features to more devices, allowing even more users to experience the convenience and efficiency of these powerful features,” said a Samsung spokesperson.

The One UL 6.1 update is set to launch in late March, so keep an eye out for it and enjoy the added convenience and enhancements to your Samsung device.

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