Samsung has released two major versions of its One UI software — One UI 1.0 and One UI 2.0 – based on Android 9 Pie and Android 10 respectively. The company is looking to bring the 3rd installment of the One UI – One UI 3.0, which will be based on Google’s Android 11 OS.
Every new version of Google’s Android brings many new features and an improved user interface. They are packed with many improvements and several small new additions (e.g. Keyboard etc).
This isn’t the case for the Samsung Galaxy device owners, which is powered by Samsung’s own One UI software. The One UI software has more features than stock Android, for example; Samsung launched the Dark Mode feature in One UI, which was later introduced by Google in its Android OS.
Samsung’s One UI software provides the best user experience because it provides you customization tools, remember the Good Lock app.
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My view is based on the recent development. In recently launched One UI 2.1, Samsung introduced many new features, specifically in the camera department, Single Take, Night Hyperlapse, and more. The Quick Share feature, a file transfer tool, is also there (Google is planning to bring this feature with Android 11).
Importantly, Samsung does not wait for the major One UI version like Google’s yearly launch. The company is heading to the One UI 2.5 launch, which is coming with the Galaxy Note 20 series. You will definitely see some new and unique features in this upcoming version.
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This article is written by Robin Williams.