As it isn’t an in-depth review, we probably didn’t get to see all the changes that Samsung’s implementing. But we all know that OneUI 2.0 based on Android 10 Then we have some juicy bits to chew on until the official beta rolls out. So here we share What’s is new in OneUI 2.0.
Quick Settings is also getting a minor facelift. Samsung is maintaining the OneUI 1.0-style tiles, but the Quick Settings now takes up your entire screen. While it’s a good utilization of the screen real estate, one-handed execution will be trickier for most. A new Media bar — already present in the Note 10 lineup — has also been added.
Reworked Security Settings
Android 10 introduces a more robust permission control system, which has successfully made its way into the OneUI 2.0. There are two sections called Local and Privacy. Dudu didn’t explore further, so, we don’t know for certain what those menus contain.
As Google’s implementing a system-wide gesture-based navigation system this time around, Samsung, too, has adhered to the new norms. Upon opting for full-screen gestures, a small horizontal line shows up across the bottom of your screen. You can swipe up to go home, drag-in from either side to go back, and finally, swipe up and hold to access the recent apps switcher.
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