Following the stable release of Android 14 for Pixel, Samsung has officially announced One UI 6, the next custom UI for Samsung Galaxy devices. It’s currently available in beta for select Galaxy phones.
At the Samsung Developer Conference event Samsung officially unveiled One UI 6 along with features coming with it. The One UI 6 update is expected to roll out starting this month. We already know about some One UI features available in beta updates.
During the event, Samsung didn’t cover all the features of One UI 6, but the full list of new features is available. The One UI 6 include features like the new Quick Settings layout, Samsung studio for editing, more tools for lock screen personalization and more. Here are main features in the list:
- The revamped quick settings include new button layout, improved album art display, sort notifications by time, quickly toggle brightness level etc.
- Change the location of clock widget in lockscreen without any limitation
- Auto hide taskbar and two hand drag & drop support in homescreen
- The One UI 6 comes with new default font with more stylish and modern feel
- Link To Windows is now available for Tablets
- Redesigned emojis on Samsung keyboard
- Improved sharing like more options when sharing a content
- The camera app also get many new features with the new One UI 6
- Users can drag and drop picture and videos with two hands just like iOS
- Photo Editor also gain many improvements and new tools
- Samsung Studio, the new project-based video editor for powerful editing
- New and informative Weather widget that also looks better
These are some of the main features of One UI 6. There are many other useful features that will be available on Samsung phones after upgrading to Android 14 based One UI 6. Yes it will also have some Android 14 features as well.
Now when you can get your hands on One UI 6? Well right now the One UI 6 is available on five or six Galaxy phone series. The stable One UI 6 is expected to arrive later this month and Galaxy S23 series will be the first on the line to get it. Many flagship and latest budget phones will get the One UI 6 update this year, but some phones will get the update next year, maybe by end of first quarter of next year.