Samsung, one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the world, is the flagship model Galaxy S23 The countdown has passed. Judging by the information obtained earlier, the series will come out of the box with One UI 5.1 based on Android 13. The features of the new version are revealed.
One UI 5.1 introduces new widgets, camera upgrades and more
The Android world is busy with the distribution of the new operating system. As the Android 13-based operating system continues to spread, Samsung, one of the fastest-growing companies, is preparing to break new ground for Android 13-based One UI 5.1. A resource named WinFuture has leaked the features of the One UI 5.1 update.
New features expected to come with One UI 5.1;
- Shared family photo and video album
- Enhanced automatic photo processing with shadow and reflection removal
- Swiping up a photo opens a panel with detailed information about the photo
- Gallery search will get better and more functional
- Ability to choose a folder to store screenshots
- You can use AR Emoji Camera for three people in photo and video.
- Brushes for AR Scribbles are available on the home screen
- New battery and new weather widget
- Faster access to Expert RAW in-camera mode
- An easier way to change skin tone for selfies
- Advanced Pairing Options for Samsung Smartphones and Laptops
- Enhanced DeX multitasking
- Improved local browser search
- Faster initial smartphone setup
- Bixby text searches
- Ability to set different desktop wallpapers for different operating modes
- Additional conditions when creating scripts
- Sharing Samsung Notes
- Albums, notes, calendar, etc. More useful interface to add users to share list for
Galaxy S23 will be the scene of some changes as well as One UI 5.1 innovation. The series will come with a refreshed Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. It wants to have the highest efficiency processor of 2023. The processor typically offers a speed of 3.2 GHz. The processor will increase to 3.36 GHz with the Galaxy S23 series. So much so that many important insiders confirm that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will use a special high-frequency version for Samsung.