Samsung Galaxy AI Reaches Over 100 Million Users with Latest Update

Samsung is expanding access to its Galaxy AI suite, bringing these intelligent features to millions of users through a software update.

One UI 6.1 Update Delivers Galaxy AI to New Devices:

Starting on March 28th, Samsung began rolling out the One UI 6.1 update. This update brings the Galaxy AI features, originally launched with the Galaxy S24 series in January, to a wider range of devices. These include the Galaxy S23 family (including the S23 FE), Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Z Flip 5, and Galaxy Tab S9 series.

With this update, Samsung anticipates over 100 million users will have access to Galaxy AI by the rollout's completion.

Availability for Older Devices Still Under Consideration:

Galaxy S22 Series
image: Samsung Galaxy S23 Series
While the latest update expands access to Galaxy AI, the question remains regarding compatibility with older devices like the Galaxy S22 series. Samsung is currently evaluating its existing product portfolio to determine if, and how, Galaxy AI features can be integrated. Whether the entire AI suite or specific features will be available on older devices remains to be seen. Samsung has not provided a specific timeline for this evaluation process.

More Languages Coming to Chat Assist and Live Translate:

In addition to the wider rollout of Galaxy AI, Samsung promises to expand language support for two key features: Chat Assist and Live Translate. More languages will be incorporated into these features later this year, enhancing their usability for a broader audience.


Samsung's One UI 6.1 update significantly expands access to Galaxy AI features. With this update, millions of users on newer Galaxy devices will gain access to intelligent functionalities. While the availability for older devices is still under evaluation, Samsung's commitment to expanding language support for existing features suggests a continued focus on improving the user experience through artificial intelligence.