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The New Faefures &Changes in the Samsung's one UI 2

Samsung's Andriod 10 update goes by the name of one UI 2 as it's the sequel to last year's Android 9-backed one UI. After their early 2019 update finally shook the stigma of TouchWiz, it's important that Samsung follow it up with an equally impactful update for 2020.

This update will soon be rolling out to the Galaxy s9, Note 9, Galaxy s10, and Note10. Other devices may get it in the future, and the Galaxy s20 will ship with this firmware. Suffice it to say it's an important update, so let's dive into what's new.


Samsung introduced a dedicated screen recorder on the Note 10 which finally made recording your screen a straightforward process. With One UI 2, this feature has made its way to other Galaxy devices like the S10, which means we no longer have to rely on Game Launcher or other third-party apps for screen recording. Check out the link below for more information on this process.


Compared to One UI, the Quick Settings panel on One UI 2 shows more Quick Settings tiles when fully expanded — 16 vs. 12. To accommodate this, the clock and date at the top of this menu are now left-justified and much smaller.

One UI 2 has made the Camera app more streamlined. Compared to One UI, the new Camera interface has noticeably fewer controls, and has hidden "Pro," "Panorama," "Food," "Night," "Super Slo-Mo," "Slow Motion," and "Hyperlapse" camera modes, along with "Bixby Vision" and "AR Emoji" inside the "More" section.


If you frequently use one of the now-hidden camera modes, however, you can easily add it back on to the main panel simply by long-pressing on the desired camera mode and dragging it onto the tab bar at the bottom. You can also perform the reverse to hide "Live Focus" and "Live Focus Video," but not for "Photo" and Video."

And much more......

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