Samsung Galaxy S23 phones will get Galaxy AI by the end of March

Currently, you need a Galaxy S24 phone to use Samsung's latest AI features, but that will change next month. At the end of March, Samsung Galaxy will extend AI features to the S23 series — including the S23 FE — as well as the latest foldables and tablets are part of the One UI 6.1 update. It's all free for nowBut after 2025 you will have to pay.

The Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 are slated to receive the update, as well as the Galaxy Tab S9, S9 Plus and S9 Ultra. If Samsung wants to push Galaxy AI to 100 million phones this year, that's a solid start. The One UI 6.1 update includes some of the most popular AI features in the S24 series, including live translation capabilities, creative photo and video editing, and Google's Circle to Search feature. This set of features includes a combination of on-device and off-device processing, similar to the S24 series.

Samsung Galaxy series with One UI 6.1 update
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While the Galaxy AI is a bit of a mess right now, it's undoubtedly a good thing that an older phone is learning new tricks. But my overall impression is that these features rarely come in handy, and they're mostly harmless when they go sideways. A UI 6.1 will also include some useful non-AI updates, such as lock screen widgets and a new, integrated Quick Share.

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