Samsung One UI 3.0 to roll out globally very soon, here is what to expect
Samsung has begun the groundwork for the roll-out of One UI 3.0 update, which is based on Android 11’s new features. The update, as expected, also comes with Samsung’s own customisations and improvements. The One UI 3.0 has started to reach as a public beta in the US.
Samsung’s One UI 3.0 comes with various changes and improvements in the UI design, Sammobile reports. A changelog reveals the addition of several new features as well.
On changes to visual design, Samsung says, “We’ve refreshed the look and feel of One UI 3 in lots of ways, big and small, from new, more consistent icons to smarter organisation of the quick panel and notification. Motion is smoother and more natural than ever, with improved animation and haptic feedback for common interactions. And the interface responds to different screen sizes to provide the best experience on any device, whether it’s a phone, foldable, or tablet.”
With One UI 3, Samsung has also promised an improved performance. According to the company, the latest software update brings an enhanced dynamic memory allocation which is said to help apps run faster and perform a lot better. The improvement has also been achieved by restricting background applications.
Calls, chats, pictures, videos, and settings are some of the other important elements that will be receiving new features as well as visual changes.
In line with Android’s recent privacy features, Samsung One UI 3 will also allow users to give an app access to their microphone, camera or location just one time. Apps that have not been used in a while will automatically lose access to the permissions they once had.
According to Sammobile, the One UI 3.0 update is going to be available for Samsung Galaxy S20 series (on T-Mobile) which includes S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra. Interested users can enrol for the beta update through Samsung’s Members application. Samsung is expected to soon roll out the One UI 3.0 public beta to users in China, Germany, India, Poland, and the United Kingdom.