July 21, 2024

In today’s world, our smartphones have become indispensable. They may be small, but they are capable of keeping our entire world inside them. This is why Samsung Electronics initially developed One UI to better connect innovative hardware with intuitive, easy-to-use software that gives people more control over their mobile devices.

In the coming weeks, Samsung is excited to bring its latest One UI offering, One UI 5, to the millions of Galaxy users around the world with new features that give everyone the freedom to choose their own mobile experience.

Read on for a closer look at what to expect from One UI 5.

Use your phone your way

One UI 5 represents Samsung’s most personalized mobile experience yet, designed to give older people options to tailor their devices exactly how they’d like, and it starts with communication.

The new feature Bixby Text[1] call allows users to communicate in the way that is most convenient for them. With Bixby Text Call, you can answer phone calls simply by typing a message. Samsung’s intelligent platform, Bixby, converts text to audio and shares it directly with the caller on the line on your behalf, and shows you what the caller is saying by converting their voice to text. This feature is perfect for those times when you need to communicate but can’t necessarily hear, like when you’re on a busy train or at a loud concert. With this feature, you can take your calls in any environment without being disturbed or missing a beat.

Match your phone to your lifestyle

What you need from your device can change throughout the day. The features you use for your morning routine to get up and be active may not be the same as the ones that keep you focused during the workday. With the routinesyou can trigger a sequence of actions on your device based on your activities, and with the modes of One UI 5, you can create custom settings for different parts of your lifefrom sleeping and relaxing to exercising and driving.

For example, while working out, your priority might be to mute notifications to stay in the zone and play music. Alternatively, when it’s time for bed, turning off sounds and turning on dark mode can help you wind down.

One UI 5 also offers a appearance clean Y new which makes the user experience more welcoming and seamless. From bolder and simpler app icons to a simplified color scheme, Samsung has paid attention to intricate details for a more engaging mobile experience.

Samsung also refined the notifications in One UI 5 to make them more intuitive, making them easy to read at a glance, as well as offering more defined answer and reject buttons when receiving a call through the call pop up screen redesigned.

Beyond the general aspects of design, customization and the ability to express yourself is also a key part of everyone’s mobile experience. To take this to the next level, One UI 5 brings the popular Video Wallpaper from the Lockstar of Good Lock app, directly to your lock screen. With just a few taps, you can trim a video to transform your most memorable moments into a moving tribute on your phone. You can make this lock screen feel even more personalized by changing the wallpaper, clock style, and notification popups all from one screen.

A mobile experience built around you

In addition to giving you options to choose a custom look and feel for your device, One UI 5 also offers new features that help you get things done more efficiently. For example, the widgets in One UI 5 come with exciting new options and the ability to keep your Home Screen clean and tidy with new widgets Stacked. This new feature allows you to place and drop widgets on top of each other and swipe left or right to quickly and easily scroll through each one, to free up space on your home screen and use it more efficiently.

In order to help further streamline mobile tasks and activities, One UI 5 also comes with smart new suggestions for widgets. Based on your usage patterns and the context of your mobile activity, Smart Suggestions automatically recommend apps and actions that make your mobile experience even more personalized.

You may easily extract text from images and paste it into a note. Whether it’s quickly capturing event details from a poster you want to send to a friend or easily saving a phone number from a business card, One UI 5 makes it easier than ever to be productive with smart extraction. of text.

In addition, you can also control all the devices connected to your Smartphone in the new menu Connected devices, where you can access all the features that work with other devices like Quick Share, Smart View and Samsung DeX. And now you also get easy access to the Auto switch Buds menu, which lets you automatically switch your Buds from one device to another for smoother operation between devices.

Convenient security and peace of mind

Samsung understands there’s no privacy without security, so in One UI 5, these two settings have been brought together in one clear, easy-to-navigate dashboard, making it easier than ever for you to keep your device safe and secure. your confidential information in private.

This new security and privacy panel has been designed to be as simple as possible to make it quick and easy to understand the status of your device. With a quick glance, you can quickly get an overview of your device’s security and find tips and warnings based on status.

To make sure your private information stays private, One UI 5 also introduces a new notification in Share Panel[2] that warns you if you’re about to unintentionally share a photo that contains potentially sensitive information, such as a picture of your credit or debit card, driver’s license, social security card, or passport.

Built for Galaxy users, by Galaxy users

Samsung has worked hard over the past few months to make sure One UI 5 provides our best mobile experience yet, and to make sure these changes resonate with real users, Samsung received feedback from the thousands of Galaxy users taking part in our One UI Beta program.

The OneUI Beta Program ensures that Samsung delivers mobile experiences that truly meet the needs of Galaxy users. Through this program, participants can get early access to the interface and share their feedback to help create the best experience possible. This year, Samsung opened its Open Beta program for One UI 5. before ever to ensure that everyone had access to the exciting new user interface as soon as possible.

Subsequently, the feedback received during this process has shaped the upcoming One UI 5 experience in more ways than one. From small details, like smoother gestures for a refined look, to full features, users informed the development journey. Users noted that the Security Dashboard was a highly-regarded feature, setting the stage for further updates that give people more control over their privacy, and feedback also showed that the new Bixby Text Call feature was seen as incredibly useful for responding. calls in challenging environments. As a result, this feature is set to support English early next year.

Stay tuned to learn more about One UI 5 and how you can make your mobile device exactly how it should be, uniquely yours.

[1] Bixby Text Call is now available in Korea with One UI 4.1.1, and an English version is planned for early 2023 via a one UI software update.

[2] Enhanced photo sharing is only available when the system language is set to English (US) or Korean.

In the case of identification, availability may vary by language.

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