Samsung’s One UI 2.0 will come alongside Android Q's top features
One UI was a major shift in Samsung’s software design language. The new user interface, which debuted on Galaxy S9, S9+ and Note9 back in January still offered all the functionality of the previous version but in a much more streamlined design.
New reports are claiming that the second iteration of One UI is coming alongside Android Q and Samsung will pack all the latest enhancement that Google has in store.
One of the headlining features will be the Digital Wellbeing set with the new Focus Mode which essentially helps you control your app usage patterns by imposing usage limits.
The improved action specific permission controls, accent menu customization and an overhauled share menu are some of the other known Android Q novelties which will likely make their way to One UI 2.0.
In addition, the report claims that Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy S series will ship with One UI 2.1 but there aren’t any details as to what that would bring in terms of features. With Android Q nearing its launch we should be hearing more about the next iteration of One UI soon.
Personally, I like the features they added to One UI, But I'm not big on the aesthetics. I really would like would be to have the option to change the visual style of the interface, or at least the fonts and iconography, back to the look of Samsung E...
- 23 Jul 2019
I like Samsung phone. I think others copied from Samsung to start with
- 23 Jul 2019
Exactly LOL. The digital wellbeing that allows you to set specific time limit for apps is already in my super budget phone A30 with One UI 1.1 LOL. So its not coming with One UI 2.0 because it's already there. And heads down, samsung has th...
- 22 Jul 2019