One UI is simple and easy to use with a compelling design language.
The foundation of our design approach is that hardware and software must work together in perfect harmony.
And One UI blends these two seamlessly, The rounded corner of our hardware are echoed in our software.
This is reflected in our icons, which have been simplified to help you easily recognize and understand what each one is.
We've taken a new approach to presenting both Content and controls because we want the eyes to be drawn to what matters, rather than be distracted by things that don't.
We have enough distractions don't we?
All the important information you need is within these floating on-screen blocks.
Which is contrasted against the blank space behind them.
First we improved the user experience by making it easier to focus on the task at hand.
Most smartphone UX were designed to provide all the options and information at a glance.
But with the constant evolution of smartphone technology, more and more features were added.
So consumers were given more options on screen, and displays became even more cluttered, which can be hard.
When UI removes this clutter, making it easy to focus on one thing at a time With One UI, the options on the settings menu have been rearranged to grip [UNKNOWN] functions together.
This helps users to find what they're looking for straight away.
We've also regrouped the functions so the most often ones come first.
The phone app has a cleaner look with one UI.
Now you see only the essential features related to task you are carrying out.
It's a continuous and fluid experience where the necessary buttons appear when you need them and gently disappear when you don't.
For instance, when you are dialling a number, the UI changes accordingly, the touch bar and menu tips disappear, that's because we know the user plans to make a call,
We made a fundamental change in the user interface.
With One UI we have restructured a way we [UNKNOWN] with our devices.
Now the operate part of the screen is for viewing while the lower part of the screen is for touch interaction.
When UI places everything you need to see where it's easy to reach, it just feels much more natural to use.
Let's take another example, the clock app.
I set my alarm daily, actually many alarms to wake up, and I also uses the times zones a lot since I have the pleasure of working with developers and designers from all over the world Previously, we provide multiple tests to help you move between different functions at the very top of the screen.
This meant to reach the buttons at the bottom, you had to cover the distance from one corner to the other.
Now we move the tabs to the bottom of the screen so they are easily accessible for your thumb.
Last year we introduced night mode in Samsung internal app as a way to offer a more comfortable reading experience when it's dark.
Consumers told us how much they loved it.
And that's why we have now applied it across One UI.
Speaking of colors, we are offering something totally unique within One UI, a range of colors using that match the color of hardware itself.
Now your device seamlessly reflects your preferences and style.
By listening to our consumers, we're providing a user experience of a whole, helping users focus on the task at hand, interact more naturally with the device In providing a more comfortable user experience.
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