Samsung highlights One UI 3.0 features, could start rolling out this month
Samsung has highlighted some key features of One UI 3.0 on its Malaysian website. It will include an improved lock screen, full screen calling and an improved quick panel. The South Korean tech giant has been testing One UI 3.0, based on Android 11, for the past two weeks. According to the website, One UI 3.0 may launch this month or soon after. Samsung Galaxy S20 received One UI 3.0 with Android 11 as a developer beta version recently, and now Samsung has updated its website to include features from the upcoming user interface.
One UI 3.0 will bring a simpler and more convenient experience, according Samsung. One UI 3.0 will have an improved quick panel that will allow users to switch between their music and videos. The notification panel will provide more information at a glance, even when the phone is locked. It will also support full screen calling.
Samsung is updating the lock screen to allow more customizations. There will be ten categories of high-quality images that users can choose from for the lock screen, an update of the five available with One UI 2.5, which can display a different image each time the phone is unlocked. This feature will also be available for Galaxy Tab devices in One UI 3.0.
The Good Lock app, which allows users to personalize their devices in more ways, is also getting better. With Wonderland, users will be able to create their own moving wallpapers that will respond when they move their phone. Pentastic, which is only available in Galaxy Note 20, will allow users to customize the S Pen Air commands, pointer, and sound settings.
A user interface will be optimized to Galaxy Z Fold 2 – applications will snap to the main screen when displayed and vice versa. The Dual Preview and Rear Cam Selfie functions, already available in Galaxy Z Fold 2, will be available for Galaxy Fold Also, with the One UI 3.0 update.
These are just some of the changes that can be expected with One UI 3.0 which also promises an overall improved experience. It will be based on Android 11 which is already rolling out on some devices and comes with its own features and updates. Samsung launched the One UI 3.0 Android 11 public beta program a few weeks ago and has been focus his tests on the Galaxy S20 series.