Samsung One UI 6.1 update confirmed to launch for 9 models at the end of March – See some of its key features

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Samsung has announced that the One UI 6.1 update will be available for nine of its models starting from the end of March. The update will bring a range of new features and improvements to the user interface, making it easier to personalize and be more productive while keeping data safe and secure. In a press conference, the company confirmed that the OneUI 6.1 update based on Android 14 to Galaxy models will arrive in nine Galaxy models. The release of this update will commence at the end of March 2024.

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Models to get OneUI 6.1 at the end of March

Samsung revealed in a press release the first Galaxy smartphones and tablets to get this update are as follows

  • Galaxy Z Flip5
  • Galaxy Z Fold5
  • Galaxy S23
  • Galaxy S23+
  • Galaxy S23 Ultra
  • Galaxy S23 FE
  • Galaxy Tab S9
  • Galaxy Tab S9+
  • Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra

Samsung aims to introduce Galaxy AI capabilities to more than 100 million Galaxy smartphones, tablets and wearable devices by the end of 2024. The One UI 6.1 update will bring features such as a browsing assistant, chat assistant, circle search, generative editing, instant slow motion, translator, real-time translation, note assistant, and transcription assistant to the above-mentioned devices.

Some features of the Samsung One UI 6.1 update

Quick Panel

The quick panel has a new layout that makes it easier to access the features you use most. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth now have their dedicated buttons at the top of the screen, while visual features like Dark mode and Eye comfort shield have been moved to the bottom. Other quick settings buttons appear in a customizable area in the middle. Instantly access the full quick panel by swiping down from the top of the screen.

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Notifications now appear as separate cards, making it easier to recognize individual notifications. More vivid notification icons can be turned on in settings, and notifications can be sorted by time instead of priority. The clock on the lock screen can also be repositioned to the position of your choice.

Home Screen

App icon labels are now limited to a single line for a cleaner and simpler look, and “Galaxy” and “Samsung” have been removed from some app names to make them shorter and easier to scan. Drag and drop with two hands allows you to start dragging app icons or widgets on your Home screen with one hand and then use your other hand to navigate to the screen where you want to drop them.

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Keep pop-up windows open instead of minimizing them when you go to the Recents screen. This allows you to keep multiple apps open at once and switch between them easily.

Video Editor

Studio is a new project-based video editor that allows for more complex and powerful editing. You can access Studio from the Drawer menu in Gallery or add an app icon to your Home screen for quicker access. Timeline layout allows you to view your entire project as a timeline with multiple video clips. The multi-layered structure lets you add clips, stickers, subtitles and other objects and easily adjust their position and length. Save and edit projects to continue editing later.

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Video Player

Enhanced layout video player controls are now easier than ever. Buttons with similar functions have been grouped and the Play button has been moved to the center of the screen. Enhanced playback speed controls allow you to choose between several video playback speeds between 0.25x and 2.0x. Speed controls are now easier to access with dedicated buttons instead of a slider.

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The Weather Insights widget provides more information about your local weather conditions. You can see when severe thunderstorms, snow, rain and other events are on the forecast. More information is now available in the Weather app, including information about snowfall, moon phases and times, atmospheric pressure, visibility distance, dew point and wind direction. Easily check the local weather on the map by swiping to move around and tapping a location to view the local weather conditions.

Samsung Health

The Samsung Health Home screen has been completely revamped, with more information shown and bold fonts and colours making it easier to see the information you need most. Your latest exercise result is shown at the top of the screen, and more feedback is provided about your sleep score as well as your daily goals for steps, activity, water and food. Custom water cup sizes can now be set to match the size of the cup you usually drink.


The new schedule view provides your upcoming events, tasks and reminders all together in chronological order. Reminders are now available in Calendar, so you can view and add reminders without opening the Reminder app. Move events with two hands in the Day or Week view by touching and holding the event you want to move with one hand and then using your other hand to navigate to the day where you want to move it.


The main list view has a new design, with categories managed at the top of the screen and reminders shown organized by date. Pop-ups will no longer interrupt your workflow, and you can easily manage your reminders from the main list view.


Samsung has announced that the One UI 6.1 update will be available for nine models by the end of March. The One UI 6.1 update brings a range of new features and improvements. It brings a better user interface, making it easier to personalize and be more productive.

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