Samsung introduced the new One UI interface for bigger display and foldable screen devices

Samsung recently introduced Samsung Infinity Flex Display and One UI at SDC 2018 event. The Infinity Flex Display is a foldable display which can be turned into a smartphone from a tablet. For the bigger display like Samsung Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Note 9 devices, Samsung brings a new interface which is a very user-friendly and customizable interface which will come in handy for one hand operation mostly. At SDC (Samsung Developers Conference), the company announced that the UI will be available very soon to newer devices.

Samsung One UI Interface Announced

The Samsung Infinity Flex Display will run on One UI out-of-the-box and the Galaxy S9 series, Note 9 will get the update soon. But the older devices like Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, and Note 8, unfortunately, won’t get this UI. The interface will bring a brand new interface, some ergonomic improvements, swipe gestures, shortcuts accessible from the bottom, dark theme etc. In this new interface, all the necessary task elements will come down to the bottom for faster and easier one hand use.

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The One UI beta update will come soon to newer devices and some reports mentioned that it’s expected to come in November 2018. While the full stable version will take a few months and will come in 2019. The much-awaited Samsung Galaxy S10 will also come with this interface for sure. The first impression of this UI seems very fluid and good than the Experience UI. We have to wait for the final release.