Samsung is about to officially start rolling out the new One UI 6 interface on Galaxy S22, Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54
The latest major update for the proprietary interface Samsung, One UI 6, officially arrives on the top-of-the-range Galaxy S22 smartphone series and on the Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54. After numerous betas released over the past few months, OneUI 6.0 based on Android 14 is reality: let’s discover together all the news of the next update.
Samsung One UI 6: more minimal and modern design
Below are the main innovations introduced by the new interface, which offers greater customisation, facilitates editing operations on Galaxy devices and introduces important security improvements.
- Renewed phone layout: new control panel, new widgets (new camera and album widgets, weather widget), renewed font, new emoji, ability to create new stickers directly integrated into the keyboard.
- Camera: The overall layout of the Camera application has been simplified. The quick settings buttons on the preview screen have been redesigned to make them easier to understand. There’s now a button in the quick settings menu at the top of the screen in Photo and Pro modes that lets you quickly change the resolution of photos you take.
- New photo editor: Improved layout, new Tools menu that makes it easier to find editing functions. The Straighten and Perspective options have been combined in the Transform menu.
- New Samsung Studio: new video editor for creating multimedia content. The Studio function now allows you to create videos by combining those in the gallery, adding texts, music and stickers.
- Improved security: new privacy dashboard to control the permission allowed for each app, new Auto Block feature that allows you to block installation of unknown apps, enable security controls and block commands via USB, the new security dashboard allows you to monitor each app.
- Bixby text call: New feature of Bixby, which transfers an ongoing call to Bixby text call at any time.
- The new Document and Text Scan function allows you to scan a document more easily by eliminating unwanted parts.
- Samsung Pass: More secure logins with passkeys to access supported applications and websites. Unlike passwords, the passkey is stored only on the device and cannot be disclosed in the event of a breach of website security. Passkeys also protect against phishing attacks because they only work on the website or application where they were registered.
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