Samsung released the One UI 2.1 custom interface with the smartphones from the series Galaxy S20, bringing improvements in navigation and features like Quick Share. According to a moderator at the company’s forum in South Korea, the news should come to smartphones The manufacturer’s previous top-of-the-line models will be coming soon, starting with the models Galaxy S10 and Note 10.
According to the information from the Sam Mobile, the company has not yet given a date to release the update for the smartphones, but the company had plans to release the features of the new version of One UI in S10 and Note 10. According to the website, the trend is that the update will also reach the devices of the S9 and Note 9.
O Sam Mobile highlights, however, that the release of One UI 2.1 for the smartphones top of the line 2018 should still take some time to happen. According to the website, the S9 and the Note 9 started receiving Android 10 a few weeks ago, which could delay implementation of the new edition of the software.
Quick Share on more phones
The One UI 2.1 is the latest version of the custom interface made by Samsung inspired by the Android 10, which is distributed exclusively on the company’s devices. The new feature doesn’t bring many changes compared to the initial release of the program, but it does have some significant improvements, such as navigation improvements and Zoom on the screen.
The main highlight, however, is the Quick Share, Samsung’s answer to the AirDrop of Apple. Technology allows line appliances Galaxy exchange files with each other in an agile way. With the new coming for more devices, the trend is that more users become adept at the functionality.