Samsung’s One UI Is The Future From Now
Samsung has officially released the Galaxy S10 lineup, which includes the Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e – all running on the One UI software.
You never know what the Tech Ecosystem has in store for us, until boom! We hear rumours or there is a major announcement and we are all over it.
If you were still thrilled by the Galaxy S9 phone released 16 March 2018, you are about to be super excited – unless you do not the like the Samsung empire.
On 20 February 2019 Samsung released the thoroughly leaked mobile tech wonder – the Galaxy S10 lineup – it called the “the future of mobile”, that will all be running the new “One UI” software, built on top of Android 9 Pie.
The One UI is quite commendable for its full-fledged, comprehensible and thoughtful version of Android and, it focuses on two areas of improvement: A redesign to make it optimised for taller phone screens and darker interface colours with a new night mode.
One UI consists of four key parts. One is the basic update to Android 9 Pie. Secondly, there is a generalised update to the aesthetics. Third, because this is Samsung, there are so many features hidden in every corner of the OS. Some of them — like a dark mode — are genuinely useful.
The last feature to talk about in One UI is the big, giant header text inside apps. The idea is that it makes it easier for your thumb to actually reach the thing you want.
However, there are a few things you might not like on this update. The new icons seem cartoonish and young. No matter how you want to explain it, they just don’t match the aesthetic and idea of a professional device.
But let’s see it this way…Samsung is thinking of a future filled with tall phones and we all know that’s the trend now.