Samsung showed off its One UI 4 software running Android 12 a little more and indicated that the release will start before the end of the year.
Samsung has already provided a relatively advanced preview of One UI 4, the internal interface depends on Android 12. On the occasion of the Samsung Developer Conference 2021, the South Korean brand has taken its software experience a little further. The mobile giant took the opportunity in particular to confirm that it will start its update before the end of the year. Nothing surprising, but it’s good to hear.
As a reminder, One UI 4 is already in beta in a few countries. When he says it will start spreading During this year Samsung is talking about the stable version of its new interface. There is no doubt that the brand’s most exclusive models, such as Galaxy S21 UltraAnd Galaxy Z Fold 3 where Galaxy Z Flip 3, will be the first concerned.
The manufacturer took the opportunity to return to the few expected novelties of One UI 4. So obviously we will find a possibilityAlign system colors with background colorsRounded widgets, dual emojis, and other functions already introduced or related to Android 12 (especially regarding privacy settings).
There are still some changes in One UI 4
Samsung has a few small extras, however, that seem welcome. One UI 4 already promises to improve haptic feedback for a better feel under the finger when interacting with the interface and take better care of sound effects (even the seemingly harmless ones emphasize the brand).
In the quick settings panel, the brightness meter got a bit of a fix. It is now thicker, as can be seen on the front of Google Pixels.
There is also the issue of fluidity optimization in the camera. Samsung provides an example of image zooming: the interface precisely displays the zoom level according to the sliding of your finger.
Images will also be viewed better before you share them, just to make sure they’re worth sending.
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