Samsung has already been beta testing new features of Samsung One UI 3.0 on a number of its Samsung Flagship devices for a while now. However, Samsung users are still looking for the One UI 3.0 update as the company is yet to officially unveil it. A new page has been listed on the company’s official website, which highlights some of the major new additions and changes in One UI 3.0.
Although the biggest highlight is not the feature, Samsung promises a November launch for One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 for all Supported Samsung devices. Let’s look at the feature and changes of the new One UI 3.0:-
Re-designed Quick Panel
In One UI 3.0 the quick panel has received a big overhaul. The Notification shade has become more transparent than before. Notifications from messaging apps are also shown separately for quicker access.
You can now see media more conveniently in their own sections when you swipe down from the top of the screen.
Dynamic lock screen
The Dynamic lockscreen now even has more categories, so you can select more than one. The Dynamic lockscreen selection has been bumped up to 10. The Lockscreen widgets are also been improved.
Samsung has added more customization options to Always-on Display in One UI 3.0. You can now set GIFs as an Always-on Display background.
It will change the experience of Chatting as with compatible messaging apps, you can turn ongoing chat notifications into floating chat heads thereby allowing you to chat and continue surfing the internet or doing other work in your smartphone. With Smart popup, you can also open the notification in a mini pop-up view.
Samsung has Improved autofocus and auto-exposure functionality and usability in One UI 3.0 along with Improved stabilization when taking pictures at high zoom levels. Samsung also added new filters and AR effects.
Full-screen video calls Finally, the function of full-screen video calls is also part of the One UI 3.0 update.
Wonderland will let you create wallpapers that move and respond to your phone’s motion.
Pentastic will let you customize S Pen Air commands, the pointer, and its associated sound settings.
One UI 3.0 Release Date
One UI 3.0 is expected to start rolling out this month only with the Galaxy S20 series will be the first to receive, followed by the Galaxy Note 20 series. The One UI 3.0 update will probably find out more high-end and mid-range Samsung devices in the following months.
Do tell us in the comments which Samsung One UI 3.0 feature you like the most and Why?