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Samsung One UI is an Android-based custom user interface developed by Samsung for its different devices including smartphones, foldable phones, Galaxy Smart Watches, and tablets. Besides, the company installs One UI’s lighter version, One UI Core in its budget and mid-range smartphones.
The company has developed One UI for devices running Android 9 Pie and above, and it is a successor of the Samsung Experience UX. Samsung has been using this custom Android user interface since 2019 and recently released the 3rd generation of the One UI, One UI 3.0 which is based on Android 11.
One UI 1.0 based on Android 9 Pie was released to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in January 2019. It brings exciting new features and a whole new look and feel based on feedback from users in Samsung and Google.
One UI 1.1 was never rolled out for Samsung Galaxy devices as an OTA update.
Samsung released the new version of the One UI, One UI 1.5 after Samsung’s partnership with Microsoft to bring better mobile integration to Windows 10.
One UI 2.0 is the second generation of Samsung One UI which is based on Android 10. It brings a more refined UI in some default apps, a skinned Digital Wellbeing experience, a minor UI changes.
With the Galaxy S20 series smartphones and the Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung released the One UI 2.1 which brings support for Galaxy devices that support 120Hz fresh rate, Quick Share, Music Share, additional camera modes, and native support for Live Captions.
Samsung released the One UI 2.5 alongside the launching of the Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones. The One UI 2.5 doesn’t bring radical changes to the UI, but there are plenty of new feature additions to the camera, DeX, gesture navigation, and other services.
Samsung One UI 3.0 is the latest version of the One UI. It comes with a lot of exciting new features, including a double-tap gesture anywhere on the home screen to turn off the display.