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Samsung Electronics begins full update of ‘One UI (One UI) 3’

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Samsung Electronics has launched the latest Galaxy User Experience (UX) One UI (One UI) 3 official updates from 3 days to 3 countries.
Samsung Electronics has been the ‘Galaxy S20· in South Korea, the United States, and some European countries.

S20+· Starting with the S20 Ultra user, we have started the update “One UI 3”, and will continue to expand support terminals and regions, including “Galaxy Note 20” and “Galaxy Z Fold2”.

‘One UI 3’

“The ‘One UI 3′ update is the beginning of our commitment to introducing galaxy users to the latest operating systems and delivering the best mobile experience,” said No Tae-moon, President of Samsung Electronics’ Wireless Business Department. “‘One UI 3′ shows Samsung Electronics’ role in continuously creating innovative and intuitive experiences for consumers throughout the life cycle of mobile devices.”

‘One UI 3’ design

In design, One UI 3 allows users to see more visually important information on the home screen, lock screen, notifications, and quick panels they see the most; new visual effects that blur their surroundings on the notification screen allow users to see what matters most quickly.

‘One UI 3’ Features

We’ve improved the widget design to make the home screen look clean and sensual; ‘One UI 3’ has evolved not only the visual side but also the feeling of using a smartphone to the next level; smooth motion effects and animations combined with natural haptic feedback make the experience of manipulating a smartphone enjoyable the experience of pressing a button feels like pressing a real button.

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‘One UI 3’ makes it easier and more convenient to do more with your smartphone in a busy life; you can control the music player or check your calendar in lock screen widgets without locking your smartphone; group notifications in the Messages app to show them at the top of the Quick panel for more intuitive conversations and reply, and full-screen support for video call layouts, giving you the same experience of seeing and communicating with your opponents closer together.

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‘One UI 3’ camera improvements

‘One UI 3’ makes the smartphone’s camera experience more powerful; with improved AI-based zoom, autofocus, and auto exposure, it’s easier to search for and find the images you want in the gallery.

When sharing images, videos, documents, etc. with contacts, message apps, emails, etc., you can also assign the person you share most often to the sharing panel.

To provide a more personalized calling experience, you can also set up the content you want, such as photos and videos, when you make or receive calls. One UI 3 also provides a new digital wellness app that helps users identify and improve their digital habits; it helps create the right smartphone usage patterns by showing weekly time changes or usage while driving.

‘One UI 3’ Devices

S20+ 5G· S20 5G· S20 FE· S10 5G· S10+· S10· S10eGalaxy Note Series: Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G&Note 20 5G·Note10+ 5G·Note10 5G ▷Foldable Smartphone: Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G· Z Flip 5G· Z Flip Fold 5G ▷Galaxy A Series: Galaxy A Quantum· A51 5G· A90 5G ▷Tablet: Galaxy Tab S7+ 5G, Tab S7+· S7· S6 5G· S6· S6 light, etc. (* Based on domestic release model)

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Some galaxy flagship models, some A-Series smartphones, and the Galaxy TabS series will also support third-generation upgrades to the Android operating system, and products not included in this third-generation upgrade will continue to support Android operating system upgrades, for example, with Android 10 in February, supporting a total of three Android operating system upgrades, starting with Android 11.

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