Samsung Introduces Innovative Back Tap Time Check on Galaxy Devices with Upcoming Good Lock Update

  • Connor Hayes
  • Jun 10, 2024
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Samsung Introduces Innovative Back Tap Time Check on Galaxy Devices with Upcoming Good Lock Update

Samsung is purportedly exploring innovative means to view the time on Galaxy models, even when the display is deactivated, based on information shared by a leak suggester on an online community site. This functionality might enable viewing the time through a basic movement, and it is rumored to be available through the Good Lock application rather than being directly built into the gadget's firmware.

Revolutionizing time viewing on Galaxy smartphones

In a reveal on X, insider Tarun Vats divulged specifics of this alleged upcoming feature found in the Good Lock's Regista section. Currently, the application provides options for Samsung users to personalize their lock screens and the whole user interface.

According to leaks, a forthcoming refresh for the RegiStar segment could allow individuals to glance at the time on their gadgets via a straightforward mechanism necessitating a dual pat at the rear, even if the display remains inactive. It's rumored this function could be termed "Check Time with Back Tap."

Presently under development, this innovation is rumored to debut on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Flip 6 equipped with One UI 6.1.1, which is anticipated to be unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked event in July. Nevertheless, it's envisioned that subsequent releases might extend this feature to additional models with One UI 7, possibly corresponding with Samsung's Android 15 upgrade.

Details on One UI 6.1.1 updates

Furthermore, Samsung is reportedly advancing the One UI 6.1.1 update across its smartphone lineup. Significantly, this update is expected to enhance the camera capabilities of the Galaxy S24 Ultra. Since its launch in January, the Ultra model has encountered critiques regarding shutter delay, motion smear, and subpar zoom features.

Leak provider Ice Universe has suggested that this forthcoming update "will encompass numerous camera enhancements." Nonetheless, it is purportedly in the preliminary phase and is predicted to undergo extensive testing before its official dispensation.

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