In early November, Samsung unveiled the updated shell UI One. Challenge Samsung in the development of OneUI was clear, it was necessary to make the system easier to use. To do this, the company moved all the controls at the bottom of the display, and the upper part was given to elements that display information. Our colleague from Sammobile spent some time with an updated shell and is now ready to share my opinion.
After a few days with the Galaxy S9 and then with the Galaxy Note 9, I can say that I loved One UI.
The first thing worth mentioning is the support for dark theme. It is strange that the company had not used the dark mode in its shell Samsung Experience, because the device of the Koreans are equipped with AMOLED screens, which spend on black background less energy.
Following that you liked our colleague, is the animation. One Samsung UI fully updated. Why animation is the most important in the system? Pretty to look at iOS, and everything will fall into place. Gestures X iPhone seem smooth and pleasant to use it due to the high quality and smooth animation, while Apple in this regard is ahead of Android manufacturers.
Smartphone use may be continuous only in the presence of high-quality animations that create a sense of seamlessness in the system. This, unfortunately, Android manufacturers do not fully understand.
Our colleague was also pleased with the stable operation of the shell, and this despite the fact that the S9 has only received two updates, and Note 9 only one.
I want to add the following. Manufacturers need to seriously approach the development of software. Shell smartphones, Huawei looks frankly bad, the same applies 10 the MIUI, Flyme OS, and so on. They do not offer smooth, seamless animations and high-quality design. Surprisingly, iOS has not been updated externally since 2013 and still looks trendy, in the case of Android manufacturers so far only Samsung able to stick to the old concepts and to contribute with interesting innovations.
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