Samsung One UI 6.1: List of Galaxy Devices that have Received the Update So Far

One UI 6.1

Even though Samsung is currently working on its next major update the One UI 7, the company is still updating most of its devices with the One UI 6.1 system. So far, the South Korean tech giant has upgraded most Galaxy devices to One UI 6.1. Below, we will discuss a list of Samsung Galaxy devices that have successfully received the One UI 6.1 major update. However, we will first discuss some new features that came with the new update so those who have already updated their smartphones can try them out.

New Features of One UI 6.1One UI 6.1

One UI 6.1 is Samsung’s second update based on Android 14. Visually, there aren’t significant changes, but there are several new features and tweaks included. The main focus is on Galaxy AI, Samsung’s suite of AI-enhanced features integrated throughout the software. Most of these features are embedded within Samsung apps, while Google’s Circle to Search can be accessed with a long-press of the home button or gesture bar. The complete list of Galaxy AI features includes:

  • Circle to Search
  • Chat Assist
  • Interpreter
  • Live Translate
  • Note Assist
  • Transcript Assist
  • Browsing Assist
  • Generative Edit
  • Edit Suggestion
  • Instant Slow-Mo
  • Generative Wallpaper
  • Photo Ambient Wallpaper

Some of these features vary depending on the device. For example, Photo Ambient Wallpaper is exclusive to the Galaxy S24 series, and Instant Slow-Mo is not supported on the Galaxy S23 FE. Galaxy S22 devices also lack a few features, while devices from 2021 received minimal AI enhancements.

Other feature changes beyond AI include the removal of Samsung’s three-area gesture navigation and the addition of a new “Battery Protection” feature. These changes may be available on devices that do not receive Galaxy AI features.

The list includes two main tiers of devices with One UI 6.1: those with AI features and those without. Below is a breakdown of Galaxy devices with One UI 6.1 in each category. You can click on the following link to find out more about One UI 6.1 update rollout details.

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One UI 6.1 AI-Enabled Devices One UI 6.1

Samsung Galaxy S24
Galaxy S24+
Galaxy S24 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy S23
Galaxy S23+
Galaxy S23 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy S23 FE
Galaxy Z Fold 5
Galaxy Z Flip 5
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9
Galaxy Tab S9+
Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy S22
Galaxy S22+
Galaxy S22 Ultra
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4
Galaxy Z Flip 4
Galaxy Tab S8
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+
Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
Galaxy S21
Samsung Galaxy S21+
Galaxy S21 Ultra
Galaxy Z Fold 3
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

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One UI 6.1 Devices with no AI

Samsung Galaxy A34
Galaxy A54
Galaxy S21 FE
Samsung Galaxy A73
Galaxy A53
Galaxy A33
Samsung Galaxy A23
Galaxy A72
Galaxy A52
Samsung Galaxy A52s
Galaxy F54
Galaxy F14
Samsung Galaxy M54
Galaxy M44
Galaxy M34
Samsung Galaxy M53
Galaxy M33
Galaxy M23
Samsung Galaxy Quantum 2
Galaxy XCover 7
Galaxy Xcover 6 Pro
Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 5
Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro

Couldn’t find your Device on the One UI 6.1 Update List? One UI 6.1

Samsung has been ambiguous about its roadmap for One UI 6.1. Since this update is not a major Android update and is heavily focused on AI, there have been uncertainties about whether it will be available for older and more affordable devices at all.

It seems that Samsung is gradually rolling out One UI 6.1 to almost its entire lineup. “Flagship” devices from recent generations are receiving AI features, while other devices are primarily getting bug fixes and feature tweaks in version 6.1. If your Galaxy device received the update to One UI 6.0 with Android 14, there’s a good chance it will also receive the One UI 6.1 update in the near future.


Samsung’s One UI 6.1 update brings AI features (Galaxy AI) to high-end Galaxy devices. These AI tools enhance productivity, language translation, web browsing, and photo editing. Older or budget phones receive a slimmed-down update with bug fixes and minor tweaks. Unclear rollout plans suggest most Android 14 Galaxy phones will eventually get 6.1, but confirmation may take time.

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