Samsung cleans up its Android interface with new One UI skin
Details about Samsung's upcoming foldable phone may have swiped the program at the Samsung Designer Conference keynote, however Samsung had a few other news to show off. Specifically, the firm took the covers off of a brand-new Android skin for its phones going forward. The new skin is called One UI and besides the sweet appearances it has on deal, it could make using your phone that little bit much easier.
We were able to take a look at One UI for ourselves at the Samsung Developer Seminar, and also can verify that the general experience seemed very clean and stripped back. It's not quite on the very same degree as supply Android-- it still has Samsung applications as well as services-- however compared to Samsung Experience, it's a lot more standard, which is a good thing.
We additionally saw a brand-new "Dark Mode," which offers applications a black background to make it simpler to check out components on the screen at night without straining your eyes. Mentioning history shades, Samsung is likewise making the experience in between software application and also hardware a bit extra consistent by color-matching facets of the interface with the shade of the phone itself. So, for example, if you get a purple phone, you'll find various purple user interface components as well.
Various other adjustments to the software are much less subtle. For instance, in the Messages app the application will certainly be split right into two sections-- a preview area and an "communication location." With these 2 sections, you'll be able to choose what messages you want to check out, which will appear in the watching area without opening a new screen.
While at first it had not been quite clear, Samsung validated to us that a person UI is undoubtedly aimed at being the follower to Samsung Experience, which is itself the successor to TouchWiz. It's clear that Samsung has actually placed a lot of infiltrate creating a clean interface since the days of TouchWiz.
Samsung's One UI will certainly be readily available to the Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Note 9 in very early January, as well as will most likely turn up in Samsung's other phones moving forward.