Ashutosh Singh

Top 9 Intriguing Features of One UI 6

Nov 2, 2023

Samsung releases stable One UI 6 for its top flagship Galaxy S23 series. The update is based on Android 14.

Here are some One UI 6 interesting features that you should try as soon as you update your Galaxy phone.

The full view quick panel has been redesigned. It now takes full screen to show quick controls. At the top there are big WiFi and Bluetooth toggles.

New Quick Panel

If you don’t like slow shutter when capturing a photo, you can now switch to fast mode by sacrificing optimization. Check in Advanced intelligent option under Camera Settings.

Faster Shutter Speed

Sometimes the location of clock widget in lock screen interfere with the beauty of wallpaper. One UI 6 gives you the access to freely move the clock anywhere.

Move Lock Screen Clock

Samsung finally brings a new look to Media playback which has been available in stock for a long time. It has a dancing track bar, album art in the background.

New Media Player

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Users can now create camera widgets with specific settings. And tapping on the widget will open the camera with those settings applied.

Custom Camera Widgets

You can save any object from a photo as a sticker. In a photo long tap on any object and select Save as sticker. You can use these same as other stickers.

Save Object as Sticker

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Battery setting is now available in the front page of Settings and not under device care. The new UI shows more details which are easy to read.

Redesigned Battery Settings

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The Camera app gets a bunch of new features. Apart from shutter speed and widget, there is an option to turn off swipe to change camera, and quick access to choose a megapixel.

Camera app changes

The Photo editing UI also gets major improvements. The editing is much easier with new tools UI and undo, redo option. Check out the attached story.

Photo Editor Changes

These are just some main features but there is a huge list of tweaks that you can see on our complete One UI 6 changelog.