One UI 4.0

Samsung will redesign One UI 4.0 with loads of user friendly features: Tipster

Google is preparing to officially release the twelfth major generation of its mobile operating system, Android. So far, the company rolled out three Android 12 Developer Previews to eligible Pixel smartphone users who’ve participated in this very early testing activity.

However, the US tech giant is expected to launch the Android 12 somewhere in September this year and the public beta program will begin next month. As always, just after the announcement of the next version of Android OS, Samsung will start recruiting developers for the next generation of Android OS-based One UI.

According to our info, the One UI 4.0 will be the next iteration of the One UI that will be based on Google’s Android 12 operating system. It’s worth mentioning that we are months away from the official announcement of the Android 12 and Samsung will also launch another iteration of One UI – Android 11-based One UI 3.5 alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

Aside from these speculations, Samsung insider @IceUniverse recently tweeted that he’s expecting Samsung will redesign the upcoming One UI 4 from the ground up. The tipster further added – various smartphone makers redesigned their Android-based user interface and gained success.

The same source pointed out that the hardware of the smartphones from different OEMs are somewhere the same nowadays that’s why consumers are thinking more about the software system. Furthermore, IceUniverse wishes to create the One UI 4, which adapts to the Under Display Camera and new ID design.

The Under Display Camera tech lets users enjoy the smartphone with a full view display as the selfie camera gets invisible when it’s not in use. However, there’s no info available on when will Samsung introduce its handset with UDC technology. Lastly, we can surely expect that Samsung will introduce a true and massive UX with the One UI 4.0.


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