This interface is extremely easy to look at and the One UI 2 appears to have been designed in a way to being warmth and comfort to the eyes.
Over the last year, Samsung has made few significant changes to its smartphone genre and one of the biggest contributing factors behind the company’s improved performance has been its concerted effort in moving away from the Experience UI.
When the year 2018 was ending, Samsung made a significant change to its user interface – it overhauled the core code and announced the first version of One UI based on Android 9 Pie. This new OS not only brought with itself new features but also made Samsung’s software for smartphones a lot more slicker than ever.
However, the biggest change was the fact that this One UI excelled the most in making the operating system feel more interactive and it also improved the users’ access to important information and different actions all across the interface.
Rough edges have been sorted:
There were a few rough edges here and there, but one year down the line when Samsung actually unveiled the One UI 2, its take on the latest Android 10 operating system, it made a concerted effort to redefine the original One UI and also added functionality to it which made it far more user-friendly.
This interface is extremely easy to look at and the One UI 2 appears to have been designed in a way to being warmth and comfort to the eyes. Also, the fact that on One UI 2 gives the interface the ability to provide the user with new gesture controls which come with Android 10.
Owing to this, there are no digital buttons at the bottom of the phone, and the home screen, app drawer. Also, browsers which are present on the on the app, look far more slicker and neater than before.
The code of the One UI 2 has seen major refinements and this has helped improve the performance of the device. The animations felt much smoother on the Note 10 Plus and the battery life has seem a major boost.