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                Galaxy S9 One UI Update




one UI is what's next for Samsung smartphone software it's based on Android 9 pie and comes with a company's biggest visual overhaul in more than two years but as well as being prettier flatter and just very different compared to the earlier generations of the Samsung experience is also meant to be easier to use Samsung's designers have an inventive new solution to one-handed reach ability on super tall phones like the galaxy s 9 plus here but more than that the early glimpse that were getting at one UI here offers some major clues about what to expect next year from the Galaxy S 10 so let's dive in and take a closer look .UI the visual changes here in Samsung GUI are broad and sweeping the old WIFI look of Samsung experience 8 & 9 have largely been banished and instead we have something much rounder with chunkier icons and sweeping curves throughout all of Samsung's built-in apps its modern and more approachable and a bit less masculine the old Samsung UI the blocks that make up each of the Samsung apps and the system UI all have rounded corners with broad radius's that mirror the physical curves of the s9 series Hardware you'll struggle to find any right angle corners outside of places where it's absolutely necessary it's a very unique look but you could argue that Samsung's gone a little bit overboard with the curves here in places like  home and the weather app


it goes against the generally uncluttered look of the rest of one UI so drop shadows and gradients have gone away and even the lock screen has been simplified to such an extent that by default you only see a collection of icons patent-pending notifications which you can then tap to expand if you want to see all of your notifications on the lock screen that is still possible but you'll need to enable it in the settings most the preloaded Samsung apps have been spruced up with a fresh white coat of paint continuing the trend we've seen over the past couple of years there's virtually no unnecessary chrome or craft here except where it makes sense in the context of a contact list or a calendar grid however the major new UI tenets in this software has to do with reach ability Samsung knows that phones in general and it's phones in particular are becoming taller and harder to use in one hand so the solution is to move the things you interact with the most to the bottom half of the display that sounds a bit ridiculous but stick with me here the way Samsung is implemented this actually works really really well almost every Samsung app has this over scroll trick going on where if you scroll up at the top of the list it pops down to a more reachable layout with the title expanding to fill the space at the top you'll see this paradigm everywhere in one UI from the Settings app to the file manager to the notification shade to Bixby home and the launcher it's a great alternative to clumsily reaching up to the top of the screen or using the optional shrunken down one-handed view are you wasting a little screen space to do this sure technically but once you scroll back down the title minimizes back to the top of the display so it makes sense at the same time the menu tabs that in earlier versions might lived up at the top of the screen have been relocated down below where they're easier to hit with minimal thumb stretching the Samsung launcher hasn't changed all that much outside of some new widgets and the fact that the icons that shows you now showcase the design language of warning UI the biggest change by far is the new look Bixby home which is unmistakably designed to fit into the new look Samsung UI.

finally Samsung's camera app has been completely redesigned on the new firmware the Galaxy S nine inherits the note lines AI photography features under the new scene optimizer tab as well as flaw detection which points out blurry shots or blinking subjects after taking a photo there are also new zoom controls instead of swiping the shutter key like he did before to get to two X or tapping the 2x icon there's a new camera switching widget for quickly copying between the main camera or the telephoto once again looking into our galaxy s 10 crystal ball here this UI would make a lot of sense for a three camera phone where you're likely to be hopping between regular ultra wide and telephoto on the fly beyond these camera changes


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