Samsung to launch ‘Battery AI’ feature before Galaxy S25, support planned for older models

It looks like Samsung is all set to launch a battery AI feature in the upcoming One UI 6.1.1 update. This new feature is expected to increase overall battery runtime by 5 to 10 percent, potentially giving users up to an additional 30 minutes of use per charge.

It’s anticipated that the Battery AI feature will first appear on the Galaxy Z Fold 6, but it will also be available for older Galaxy models that have already received the Galaxy AI update, extending the battery-saving benefits across various devices.

Additionally, Wccftech notes that the Battery AI will not be exclusive to new models; it will also be accessible on older Galaxy devices. Although specific models supported are not listed by the source, it is anticipated that the feature will be rolled out to both phones and tablets that have already been updated with Galaxy AI.

Battery settings galaxy phones
Battery settings galaxy phones

Initially, there were speculations that the battery AI would be introduced with the Galaxy S25 and One UI 7.0. However, recent rumours suggest that Samsung is moving ahead of schedule, aiming to offer this feature to users sooner than originally planned.

Dibyashree Sharma
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