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Samsung is expanding the availability of Galaxy AI capabilities to further devices

With the upcoming One UI 6.1 upgrade, due in late March, Samsung will make its Galaxy AI capabilities available on more devices. The features will be available on the Galaxy S23 series, S23 FE, Z Fold5, Z Flip5, Tab S9 Ultra, Tab S9+, and Tab S9.

AI capabilities were first launched with the Galaxy S24 series but will soon be accessible to a wider range of Samsung consumers. Given the widespread integration of AI-powered features by tech companies, it is logical for Samsung to enhance the accessibility of its services.

Users will have access to Google’s “Circle to Search” function in the next update. This feature allows users to search from any location on their phone by employing gestures like as circle, highlighting, scribbling, or pressing. Live Translate is a tool that offers voice and text translations for phone calls. Users will have access to a “Interpreter” function that provides text translations for real-time talks.

Users will get access to “Chat Assist,” allowing them to modify their tone in chats and translate words in 13 languages using Samsung Keyboard.

Moreover, a new tool called “Note Assist” will allow users to create summaries and translate notes, and a function named “Browsing Assist” will provide short summaries of news items.

Users will get access to new editing features, such as “Generative Edit,” which allows them to resize, move, and realign objects in photographs. The “Edit Suggestion” tool allows for rapid picture enhancement, while the “Instant Slow-Mo” option creates extra frames for slow-motion recordings to enhance moment capture.

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