One UI 2.0 will have smaller pop-ups for notifications and will not disturb you when you are watching a movie or playing a game
Samsung has released the second iteration of One UI 2.0 update for its users.
It is built on the new Android 10 and will come to Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e devices first, said a press release.
The users will notice many differences between the previous user interface and the latest One UI 2.0.
One UI 2.0 will bring 'Enhanced Dark Mode', which will darken user's wallpaper and widgets alongside the usual menu and the notification shade. It reduces eye-strain quite significantly, without messing too much with the look and feel of your device.
One UI 2.0 will have smaller pop-ups for notifications and will not disturb you when you are watching a movie or playing a game.
One of the features is screen recording with annotation support and the ability to include footage from the front-facing camera to put your expressions in the recording too.
High contrast visuals like the optional loud yellow keyboard will come as a great help for users who would otherwise struggle to see the text on the screen.
One UI 2.0 introduces customer hearing enhancements like amplification of ambient sound in the accessibility settings.
A part of the Digital Wellbeing family, Focus Mode will allow user to enjoy a distraction-free environment and get some work done.
Icons can now move with the latest update. User can also apply stickers on the Samsung Calendar and other local apps.
The zoom slider now incorporates all two-to-three cameras and it will help users to switch between them seamlessly. It comes with a feature called 'Dynamic Lock Screen', which changes the wallpaper every time you lock your device, making sure you are greeted with a new image.