The Android Pie beta program is finally released for Galaxy Devices in the guise of One UI. Of course, we've heard about this for some time, thanks to S9 and S9 +.
The Galaxy's all-important settings app got a lot of overhaul on one UI, but despite the obvious visual changes, the interface has remained largely intact to keep confusion to a minimum.
Upon opening Settings, you'll immediately notice the brand new layout, which has been ditched the traditional list of approved accustomed to, and rearranged the options and compartmentalized them into their own sub-sections. Now individual settings like "Notifications" and "Apps" have been grouped together, which makes sense more, and makes it easier to navigate through the settings.
Another noteworthy change comes by way of the icons, which have been filled in with different colors. This makes them pop out of the screen a lot more compared to the previous design, which makes them easier to spot and select. In addition, many icons have been redesigned and / or renamed to make it less confusing. "Device Maintenance," for instance, has been renamed "Device Care,"
As one goes deeper into the Settings app, you'll find some small but important changes to the UI most noticeable of all. Besides that, many of the sections have been rearranged as well. Samsung One UI Update: Setting Gets a Massive Redesign on Galaxy Devices ” width=”532″ height=”532″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>
Samsung's One with a System-Wide Dark theme now officially available for Galaxy handsets on One UI, the Settings app can now be viewed in an aesthetically pleasing shade of black very own night fashion is enabled.