Android 11 on Samsung: this is the new One UI 3.0 interface

Currently, all major manufacturers are working based on Android 11 to create their new interfaces. Huawei, Xiaomi, OnePlus... all these brands modify Google's software to customize it and, from its point of view, improve it.

Yesterday we knew what Color OS 11 would look like, the OPPO interface, and today we know a little more about One UI 3.0, Samsung's new interface, although it has not yet been officially introduced.

Changes to the new interface
The first thing we're going to list is the changes you've seen in the One UI 3.0 beta in XDA Developers, where you've been able to test it. However, they make it clear that it is still lacking to implement all the changes that Google has introduced on Android 11 since this is a beta for developers.

  • Home screen
  1. Press and hold an app to add an associated widget.
  2. Turn off the screen by double-tapping an empty area of the home screen. You can turn this on in Settings > Advanced Features > Motion & Gestures.
  3. Lock screen
  4. The dynamic lock screen now has more categories and you can select more than one.
  5. Improved lock screen widgets.
  • Quick panel
  1. View your conversations and media more conveniently in your own sections when you swipe down from the top of the screen.
  • Always On Display
  1. Always On Display widgets have been improved.
Samsung Android 11 Update with One UI 3.0: Phones & Release Date
  • Accessibility
  1. Get quick accessibility settings during the device setup.
  2. Get the recommended accessibility features based on what you use.
  3. Configure the Accessibility shortcut more easily in the settings.
  4. Sound detectors now work with your SmartThings devices, such as TVs and lights, to give you more visible alerts when the doorbell rings or a baby is crying.
  • Samsung keyboard
  1. You can find the keyboard in the settings more easily in General Administration in Settings, and the settings have been rearranged to put the most important ones first.
  • Samsung DeX
  1. You can now connect to compatible TVs wirelessly.
  2. The touchpad's new multi-gestures allow you to change the screen zoom and font size more easily.
  • Internet
  1. Added the ability to block websites from being redirected when you tap the Back button.
  2. Added warnings and blocking options for websites that launched too many pop-ups or notifications.
  3. Reorganized menus for easy searching.
  4. Several new add-ons were added, including one that translates websites.
  5. The added option hides the status bar for a more immersive browsing experience.
  6. Increased the maximum number of open tabs to 99.
  7. Added the ability to lock and reorder tabs.
  8. Improved design for tab bar which is now compatible with all devices.
  9. Finished support for Samsung Internet edge panel.
  • Contacts and phone
  1. Added the ability to edit multiple linked contacts at once.
  2. Added an option to help you quickly remove duplicate contacts.
  3. Improved search experience.
  4. The trash storage period extended from 15 to 30 days.
Samsung has started working on One UI 3.0 based on Android 11

First images of the beta version of One UI 3.0
The first screenshots show us what Samsung's interface will look like in 2021. For starters, we have a blur in the notification area, similar to the one shown by Color OS 11.

Other changes are those related to the new features of Android 11, such as the Conversations section in the notification curtain, the presence of bubbles in the apps, or the being able to swipe over the multimedia playback control to navigate between the apps of this type that we are controlling.

In the XDA-Developers article, there are more screenshots of virtually every section of the interface, although most are very similar to what we already have in One UI 2.0.

Post a Comment