One UI 6.1 features, eligible Galaxy devices leak ahead of launch
One UI 6.1 test build has been spotted for multiple Galaxy devices.
One UI 6.0 is still in the process of rolling out to a myriad of Galaxy devices. As with any flagship release, a new version of the proprietary OS is bound to launch, and in this case, it is One UI 6.1.
However, ahead of the launch, new leaks revealed several One UI 6.1 features and a list of Galaxy devices likely set to receive the OS update.
One UI 6.1 brings near-infinite clock styles and UI smoothness we have never seen before
According to Ice Universe, version 6.1 will add support to download new lock screen clock styles from Samsung’s Galaxy Store.
While everything depends on the developer’s implementation, it could put a large number of clock styles within the user’s reach.
In addition, the leaker claims the animation and styles throughout the OS have been revamped, which could result in a far smoother user experience.
Ice Universe has posted another video on X/Twitter showcasing the smoothness of the UI, and it is indeed very smooth.
List of Galaxy devices likely to get the One UI 6.1 update
On the other hand, another leaker, Tarun Vats, has spotted a list of firmware versions being tested for the One UI 6.1, which includes a myriad of Galaxy devices.
Samsung is yet to announce the list officially. But we have a fair idea of what’s coming.
Here are the Galaxy handsets that are effectively conformed for the One UI 6.1
That said, it is important to know that almost all the Galaxy devices that received the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update will eventually get the One UI 6.1 update. But the transition will not be quite as swift as before.
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