Edited by: Bharat Upadhyay
Last updated: January 29, 2023, 3:44 PM IST
Samsung Galaxy S23 series launch: South Korean technology giant Samsung will host its Galaxy Unpacked event next week. Samsung’s next-gen flagship Galaxy S23 series smartphones will be launched on February 1. The upcoming devices are expected to run Android 13-based One UI 5.1 out-of-the-box.
Ahead of the official announcement of the Galaxy S23 series next week, the main features of One UI 5.1 have been leaked.
According to the One UI 5.1 changelog leaked by German publication WinFuture, One UI 5.1 brings improved stock apps, family sharing albums in the Gallery app, easier access to the Expert RAW camera app, better AR Emojis and AR Zone, a new battery widget reports SamMobile, among others.
SamsungOne UI 5.1 features (expected)
Camera: The upcoming custom Android skin is expected to add two major changes to the camera apps. Users can change the hue of the selfie camera using the Effects button on the side of the screen.
Quick access to Expert RAW: The Expert RAW app allows you to capture high-quality images without any editing or compression, which is perfect for those who want to edit their photos later. Accessing Expert RAW is now easier from the Advanced menu.
Gallery: Shared Family Album makes sharing photos with your family easier than ever. Gallery recommends adding photos to your shared family album by recognizing the faces of your family members. You also get 5 GB of storage per family member (up to 6 people).
Improved processing: Processing automatically removes shadows and reflections to make your photos look great. You can also recreate GIFs for better resolution and clarity.
New Battery Widget: With the new battery widget you can check the battery level of your Galaxy devices. You can see how much battery your smartphone, Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Watch and other supported devices have left right from the home screen.
Intuitive Weather Widget: The new illustration style and summary of the current weather conditions make it easy to know the weather information whether it is sunny, cloudy, rainy or snowing.
Handy information view: When you swipe up when viewing a photo or video in your gallery, you can see at a glance when and where the photo was taken, on what device, where it’s stored, and more.
Choose a location to save screenshots: You can now save screenshots and screenshots to a folder of your choice by setting it up in the advanced features.
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