Samsung shows details in its Android 12 – One UI 4

First and foremost, One UI 4, based on Android 12, means that Samsung users can take advantage of the new design language that Google is introducing with Material You. This means that the entire system is color-coded in a way that you as a user can adapt to your wishes. In this way, the look can be unique for each user.

For widgets, Samsung has worked with looks primarily and made widgets, whether they come from Samsung themselves, or from other apps, so they follow the same design rules. For example, the corners are rounded and you can choose which widgets you want on the home screen in a special widget list. In addition, Samsung states that all icons have now been labeled if you select it so that they become darker and more restful to look at in the dark mode.

Movies displayed in a floating frame-by-frame window are now free to resize and you should also be able to change where audio is played from a widget on the home screen or directly from the lock screen. One UI 4 also updates vibration feedback, animations and sounds, so it’s not just about the purely visual. In general, however, it can be said that One UI 4 is a rather modest update that you as a user will not necessarily notice much of.

Of course, Samsung also benefits from the news that Google introduces in general in Android 12, such as that apps must notify you when they have access to a camera or microphone. You see it in the top corner with a green indication. Position, you can choose to share with apps either exactly or by instead only allowing the app in question to see your approximate position.

At the same time as Samsung is releasing One UI 4 for mobiles, they are also introducing One UI Book 4, for Windows, which means that Samsung’s computers will be more similar to the phones in terms of interface, even if they run different operating systems.

Samsung’s beta test of One UI 4 and Android 12 has been available to users in China, South Korea, Germany, Poland, India, the US and the UK, and then only on a few devices. The sharp version is expected to be released in December, but Samsung has not confirmed a date.


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