Samsung Announce key specs for its upcoming foldable smartphone
Insights about Samsung’s up and coming foldable phone may have stolen the show at the Samsung Developer Conference keynote. However, Samsung had some different news to flaunt. To be specific, the organization took the wraps off of another Android skin for its phones going ahead. The new skin is called One UI and separated from the sweet visual viewpoints it has on offer, it could make utilizing your telephone that tad less demanding.
We could look at One UI for ourselves at the Samsung Developer Conference and can affirm that the general experience appeared to be spotless and stripped back. It’s not exactly on an invisible level from stock Android — despite everything it has Samsung applications and administrations — yet contrasted with Samsung Experience, it’s significantly more fundamental, which is something to be thankful for.
In One UI, Samsung is by all accounts organizing having the capacity to utilize your phone with one hand. The greater part of Samsung’s applications had the lion’s share of their controls at the base of the UI, with other data — that you probably won’t need or need to interface with — being found at best. For instance, when you open the Settings application, the best third of the interface essentially says “Settings,” and offers a little catch to enact seek in the application.
Look down, and the application will begin to utilize that space — yet the favorable position is that it’s anything but difficult to tap a menu thing with one hand. Different applications highlighted a comparative format, including the Clock application and Photos application.
Samsung’s One UI will be accessible to the Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Note 9 toward the beginning of January, and will apparently appear in Samsung’s different phones going ahead.