Samsung prepares One UI 6.1.1 with video AI features

Learn how Samsung is moving into AI with One UI 6.1.1, delivering innovative features for its mobile devices.

Samsung seems fully committed to its new AI strategy for mobile devices, televisions and other consumer electronics products. Galaxy AI, which debuted on the Galaxy S24 series with One UI 6.1, seems to have seen a lot of success, or at least attracted a lot of attention.

The next Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6 foldables should push AI a little further. They should come with a new version of Samsung’s proprietary Android interface, One UI 6.1.1. One UI should provide new AI featuresalthough at the moment none have been confirmed.

Samsung will launch video AI features this year

One of the main AI-related innovations that Samsung is expected to release with the One UI 6.1.1 update would be video AI. It’s unclear exactly how the video AI features will be implemented.

The following Galaxy AI existing already uses an artificial intelligence component for the Instant Slow-mo function. It allows some Galaxy device users to play videos at a slower framerate through the Gallery app.

In theory, a more ambitious approach to implementing video AI on Galaxy devices via One UI 6.1.1 would be something similar to OpenAI Sora. The latter is an AI model developed by OpenAI that can generate videos based on user instructions. It is similar to Generative Photosexcept this focuses on creating videos.

If the rumor is correct and One UI 6.1.1 will bring a video AI feature, it remains to be seen which path Samsung will take, what this AI feature will be able to accomplish, and how it could improve the Galaxy user experience.

One UI 6.1.1 should be available natively on the next Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 as soon as they are released. Both foldable phones will be revealed during the Unpacked event in early July.

Samsung and Google have teased new and exciting AI features and experiences that both companies are working on through a “stronger than ever partnership.”