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One UI 6 could be a game-changer for Samsung, if…



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Samsung One UI is full of elegance, which delivers the best possible user experience. The company nailed it with its Android 13-based One UI 5 (.0/.1) rollout to Galaxy devices, but I wish, Samsung to make us (Galaxy fans) WoW with the user interface of One UI 6.

Software’s UI is the way you interact with your smartphone’s different applications and functions. It is like a combination of various elements such as app icons, menus, headers, buttons, fonts, and visual elements, including a notifications/quick settings panel and a volume slider.

That said, the UI lets you navigate the features of your Galaxy device and operate tasks; making calls, sending text messages, capturing photos, recording videos, or chatting on social media. If the software’s UI is easy to use it eventually helps you get things done quickly.

When it comes to Android skins, Samsung One UI is ouquestionably a game-changer!

For me, it’s quite easy to use and navigate across the One UI, which is tremendously beneficial for those who aren’t tech-savvy. The icons and menus are big and bold which makes it simple to find, along with the design elegance, which is just WoW.

Additionally, features like Edge Panel, Quick Share, eye comfort shield, and dark mode are completely awesome. All these aspects make me a big fan of Samsung’s One UI and I would definitely suggest it to anyone looking for a smoother and more intuitive UX.

Samsung’s Android skin is known for its consistent and gradual changes instead of major user interface changes every year. This way, the company focuses on improving the current features and optimizing the user experience instead of introducing cosmetic changes with each generation.

We know, the Korean tech giant hears user feedback and studies comments to fine-tune the One UI. Ultimately, the OEM maintains consistency in the user interface of One UI, which can be reassuring for users who are not in favor of a renovated interface every year.

This strategy also allows Samsung to prioritize the stability and performance of the Android operating system, which is crucial for delivering a smooth and seamless user experience. By refining the existing features and fixing bugs, Samsung can ensure that One UI is reliable and efficient.

But, it shouldn’t be followed every year…

One UI 5.1 has been praised for its user-friendly interface and intuitive design, but there is always room for improvement. One area where Samsung could focus its attention is on updating the app icons, notification panel, and quick settings with cosmetic changes.

As app icons with a more modern, minimalist design tend to be more popular among users. Samsung could consider updating the icons in One UI 6, making them simpler and more streamlined for users to quickly identify the apps they need along with further optimizing with Material You.

Also, a renovated notification panel should help users more easily manage their notifications and stay organized. A cleaner, more intuitive design with improved features would help users better understand and respond to their notifications, which will surely lead to a more positive experience.

Cosmetic changes to the quick settings panel could also make a big difference in the UX. By simplifying the design, Samsung should make it easier for users to find and adjust settings on the fly, such as turning on Wi-Fi, toggling the mobile data, or adjusting the brightness.

Since the user interface is the smartphone’s highly used part, it undoubtedly makes a significant impact on the user experience. I just wish, Samsung to make the One UI 6 even more user-friendly and appealing by improving the design and functionality of these key areas.

James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.


Samsung Galaxy F55 5G launched in India with striking deals on Fit 3, 45W charger



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Samsung launched Galaxy F55 5G in India, bringing striking deals bundling Fit 3 and a 45W charger. The phone comes with a premium vegan leather finish back panel. The company first introduced the device in China as the Galaxy C55 5G.

For the first time, the company is offering a classy vegan leather design with a saddle stitch pattern with the Galaxy F55 5G in India. The device features a Super AMOLED+ 120Hz display and is available in two mesmerizing colors – Apricot Crush & Raisin Black.

The Galaxy F55 5G will be available in 3 storage variants on Flipkart,, and at select retail stores. For a limited period, consumers can avail a 45W charger at just INR 499 or a Galaxy Fit3 at just INR 1999 apart from an instant bank discount of INR 2000.

The Galaxy F55 5G features a 6.7” Full HD+ sAMOLED+ display. Its 120Hz refresh rate makes scrolling through social media feeds a breeze. It also supports 1000 nits of high brightness and Vision Booster technology, ensuring users effortlessly enjoy their favorite content.

The phone is equipped with a 4nm Snapdragon 7 Gen1 processor to deliver seamless multitasking. Thanks to One UI optimization, the processor provides a swift mobile gaming experience with high-speed connectivity along with high-quality audio and visuals.

The F55 5G has a 50MP primary camera with OIS and a 50MP high-resolution front camera for detailed, sharper selfies. Besides, it packs a 5000mAh battery that enables long sessions of browsing and gaming, as well as supports 45W fast charging.

Last but not least, Samsung is reaffirming its commitment to customer satisfaction by providing four generations of OS upgrades and five years of security updates with Galaxy F55 5G, ensuring users can enjoy the latest features and enhanced security for years to come.

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Huawei foldable dethroned Samsung with 257% growth



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Huawei outpaced Samsung in the global foldable smartphone market in Q1 2024. TechInsights reveals that Huawei scored a whopping 257% YoY growth in the worldwide smartphone market, letting it claim the leadership crown from Samsung.

According to the report, Samsung lost its leadership to Huawei in the foldable market in Q1 2024. The Chinese phone maker managed to become the leader in the first quarter, with Chinese sales bringing a major push to claim this milestone.

The study notes that the Chinese tech giant secured its lead in the overall foldable phone market by dominating the Fold type segment. Despite a 25% decrease in market share YoY, Samsung maintained its leadership in the Flip-style foldable phone.

Surprisingly, Motorola scored an annual growth of 1260% with its clamshell foldable Razr. While notable growth was recorded by Honor (+480%), Vivo (+331%), and Xiaomi (+41%), Samsung (-25%) and Oppo (-75%) experienced a decline in market share.

The Chinese foldable phone market exhibited a growth of 94% year-on-year. As for the North American region, it grew by 143% YoY, and Motorola surpassed Samsung to take the top spot, with Samsung in second place and OnePlus in third.

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Apple to unveil AI-generated emoji and OpenAI collab at WWDC



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At WWDC 2024, Apple will likely unveil AI-generated emoji and OpenAI collab. Apple is unlikely to debut significant AI or Generative AI features that Google and Samsung. Rather, the company could reveal basic AI features like transcribing voice memos or auto-generated emojis.

According to MarkGurman, the Apple WWDC 2024 event may include basic AI features and OpenAI collaboration. Apple’s rumored “smart recap” feature could summarize missed texts, notifications, and other things like “web pages, news articles, documents, notes and other forms of media.”

The Voice Memo app could also get a big boost in AI-generated transcripts. Apple could also announce AI-powered improvements to on-device Spotlight search, internet searches with Safari, as well as writing suggestions for emails and texts.

Rumors also indicate AI-powered features that will let users retouch photos and generate emoji based on what you’re texting. Siri voice assistant may also get a better, more natural-sounding voice, powered by Apple’s own large language models.

Earlier, Apple was rumored to be in talks with Google to integrate Gemini AI. Apple is reportedly allowing OpenAI to integrate its ChatGPT chatbot with its operating system. However, Gurman reports that the company is still working with Google to reach an agreement on Gemini AI.

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