Samsung has officially unveiled the One UI 6 after testing it in beta since August. The new features in One UI 6, apart from being based on Android 14, include a fresh look for the Quick Settings, new weather forecast widgets with more detailed information, and a revamped font called One UI Sans. This font has been redesigned to have wider characters and a more geometric shape.
The lock screen has also seen improvements, allowing for more customization options. Users can now adjust the size of the clock and display their lock screen according to the set Routines, such as day and night modes. Additionally, the Gallery app now includes a feature called Object Eraser, which allows users to easily remove unwanted objects from their photos, similar to what can be done in Google Photos.
Another new addition is the Samsung Studio app, which allows for multi-layer video editing. Users can overlay images, text, icons, and music freely in their videos.
As of now, Samsung has not announced when the One UI 6 update will be rolled out.
TLDR: Samsung has introduced the One UI 6, featuring a new Quick Settings design, enhanced weather widgets, a redesigned font called One UI Sans, and improved customization options for the lock screen. The Gallery app now includes an Object Eraser feature, and the new Samsung Studio app allows for multi-layer video editing. The release date for the One UI 6 update has not been announced yet.