Samsung’s skin of Android, the One UI is soon to be upgraded to version 2.0. Samsung was supposed to release the beta for Android 10 based One UI 2.0. However, the plan seems to be delayed for now, and Samsung confirmed this.
But, PhoneArena’s Galaxy S10+ got the beta firmware, so we now have some insights on the key features that Samsung is bringing with this major firmware update.
Here are some new features we know of:
One UI 2.0 is based on Android 10, which comes with new gestures for navigation, which allow you to swipe from the sides and the bottom to navigate.
Some of the segments have been renewed to show the information more cleanly, and accessing the One-handed mode now requires you to swipe down from the bottom of the screen.
Now you can set any battery level between 30 and 90 per cent for wireless power share. So when the battery touches that level, the feature will be silenced automatically.
The Contacts app gets a Trash, just like Gallery did, to store deleted contacts for up to 15 days before they’re finally deleted.
This is all we know for now, but we hope to post another article with full One UI 2.0 as soon as the beta is out.