Samsung One UI 2 | Revamped Navigation, Enhanced Dark Mode, Improved Security & Sharing
Almost every smartphone manufacturer has its own User Interface OS as the skin of the device. Apple has iOS, Realme has ColorOS, Huawei has EMUI and Samsung has One UI. Samsung had TouchWiz UI a few years ago and got lots of negative reviews. Then, Samsung arises from the ashes and launched One UI based on Android 9 Pie last and got an impressive response. With the launch of Android 10, Samsung started to roll out the updated version of One UI as One UI 2.
One UI 2 Overview
With the popularity of One UI, Samsung has refined and improved a lot in One UI 2. One UI 2 Beta has been already rolled out for Galaxy S10 Series and Note 10 Series. Furthermore, Galaxy S9 Series and Galaxy Note 9 will receive Android 10 based One UI 2. Samsung Galaxy Fold will also receive this One UI 2. Based on the rumors, Samsung is expected to roll out One UI 2 on some Galaxy A-Series but they are yet to be confirmed by the company.
Samsung fans are excited as this new One UI 2 comes with lots of cool new features and improvements over the previous one. Some of the features that these One UI 2 promises are:
With the flagship, as well as premium mid-range devices, are getting taller, Samsung has focused on one hand usability. The new One UI 2 has focused more on the interaction section at the bottom and viewing section at the top. Additionally, there has been included more apps and control in the quick panel section.
Android 10 is based much on security and One UI 2 cant stay away with this much-awaited improvement. You can have more control over the permissions you give to the installed apps.
Navigation on Android 10 as well as One UI 2 is somehow similar to that of the iPhone 10. Swiping up from the bottom from a different place takes you to a different location: swipe from the left takes you multitasking, swipe up from center takes you to home and swipe from right takes to back.
Native Screen Recorder
Finally, Samsung provides Native Screen Recorder to the galaxy which they have been asking since long ago. Now, with One UI 2, you don’t need to install a third-party screen recorder to record your apps or videos.
Enhanced Dark Mode
Dark Mode has been the most talking feature introduced in Android 10. Based on Android 10, One UI 2 has improved a lot with this dark mode and promises as Enhanced Dark Mode. With this enhanced dark mode, it darkens wallpapers and notifications as well.
There are a lot of other new features in One UI 2 which can be felt while using the OS in installed devices. The other minor upgrades include Smart Lock Screen, Media Bar & Link to Windows, Improved Sharing, Smooth Navigation and many more.