Everyone wants to have a built-in keyboard translate feature on their devices whether it’s Samsung or iPhone. The built-in translate feature in the keyboard allows you to translate from one language to another language within the keyboard. When you have built-in translate feature on your keyboard then there’s no need to install apps like Gboard (Google Keyboard) or use Google Translate from Google. So, in this guide, you will learn how to use the Samsung keyboard translate feature on One UI 2.1.
Meanwhile, with the latest One UI 2.1 update based on Android 10, Samsung has added a translate feature on Samsung keyboard and this feature is available for Galaxy devices running on One UI 2.1 based on Android 10.
However, this is a brilliant feature that every Samsung users was eagerly waiting for. In the past, people used to use Gboard or Google Keyboard to enrich their keyboard with a live translation feature.
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how to Use the Samsung Keyboard Translate Feature on One UI 2.1 (Android 10)
Step 1. Open the keyboard on any messages or text app.
Step 2. Now, tap on the three dots on the top right-hand corner of the keyboard.
Step 3. Here, you’ll see a bunch of new features added to Samsung One UI 2.1 keyboard, and Translate is one of them. Tap on Translate.
Step 4. On the top left-hand corner of the keyboard tap the drop-down menu to select your source language. The language which you are typing and it can be English, Español or Italiano. Select any language you want.
Step 5. On the top right-hand corner of the keyboard tap the drop-down menu to select the target language. The language which you want to translate your text to. For instance, Español, Italiano, or any other language.
Step 6. Now, tap enter text to translate box and write any sentence or word. In my case, I have chosen English to Español.
Step 7. After entering the text, tap Done.
Step 8. Now, here you’ll see the translated text and tap send.
List of Compatible Samsung One UI 2.1 Devices
- Galaxy S20
- Galaxy S20+
- Galaxy S20 Ultra
- Galaxy Z Flip
- Galaxy Fold
- Galaxy Note 10+ 5G
- Galaxy Note 10+
- Galaxy Note 10 5G
- Galaxy Note 10
- Galaxy Note 10 Lite
- Galaxy S10 5G
- Galaxy S10+
- Galaxy S10
- Galaxy S10e
- Galaxy S10 Lite
- Galaxy Tab S6
- Galaxy A51
- Galaxy Note 9
- Galaxy S9+
- Galaxy S9
- Galaxy Tab S4
- Galaxy Tab S5e
That’s it, folks. This was guide was all about how to use the Samsung keyboard translate feature on One UI 2.1 based on Android 10 Galaxy devices. However, the Samsung keyboard translate is the as Gboard or Google keyboard. So, if you are using Gboard just because of the translate feature then update to Samsung One UI 2.1 and get the built-in Samsung keyboard to translate features. In the meantime, you’ll also get some cool features like Quick Share, Music Share, Single Take, Night Hyper Lapse Mode, and many more handful features.