The UX experience itself A
good user experience (UX) is a smooth and user-friendly experience. The entire package Samsung provides for devices defines UX, and the boy brings a lot of things to Samsung’s table.First, let’s look at the OS software. Samsung has come a long way since its original user interface. The interface is now more subtle, elegant and no longer paralyzes the eye.The Settings app is grouped to help you find submenus easily. There are more sub-menus within each sub-menu. In other words, Samsung includes everything except the kitchen sink. Basically, everything they put in the operating system.The international version we received is dual SIM but not dual 5G SIM. The slot you decide to use with 5G becomes your primary data SIM. Of course, you can choose to use only 4G and in this case you can decide for yourself which SIM to use as your data SIM.Sounds and notifications were actually pretty good. I liked the interface Samsung used when tweaking, with a toggle that makes it very easy to access volume controls for all sounds and notifications and automatically caps the media.The display settings are actually either the refresh rate next to the same sub-menu as the refresh rate or not within the same sub-menu. They are not difficult to find, but it is more reasonable for me to be next to each other. Samsung also added some of the most needed apps there to actually include an edge panel so you can go to your home or recent menu and scroll to scroll.For any reason regarding navigation, Samsung didn’t include Google’s default gesture navigation, and it’s a big mistake for Samsung. I’ve gotten used to it by forcing it to work on the Pixel 4 XL, and I can see why Google thinks it’s better than using a different location at the bottom of the phone for gesture navigation implemented by Samsung. Unfortunately Samsung didn’t see it on its own. I thought Google was forcing it to be included in the OS … .KeyboardsMany manufacturers these days use Google Gboard as their keyboard and do not waste time on their own development. Of course, the same manufacturer doesn’t even create its own calendar app, contacts app, or browser. Unfortunately Samsung does.
Unfortunately, the Samsung keyboard is not the fastest and is far from the most accurate keyboard.
There are reasons for most using Gboard. It’s fast, accurate and full of cool features. Oh, it’s free.Text swiping is fairly average, and the tab-and-peg style is also incorrect. The reason Samsung keeps wasting time on apps like these is confusing my mind. None of that is as good as the corresponding Google app. Samsung has to switch.
Gboard, Chrome, Google Contacts and Calendar — all are defaults. Obviously, it saves time, effort and money for the software development team.Samsung’s Extra Edge Screen
There are two parts to the Edge Screen. Edge panel and edge lighting.The edge panel has been around for a long time and was quite fond of it. Quickly and easily access your most used apps, contacts, tasks, and more, no matter where you are in the operating system.Edge Lighting provides a set of features that allow funky notifications around the edge of the display for various apps or all apps. You can choose speed, effect, color, transparency and width. I have seen it on several different phones and have spent some time resetting it so I can use it again.Themes
I don’t know about you, but very very rarely I can’t find themes in one of these app stores where some tracks that I have never heard of are not text. Dozens of free couples were found this time, even searching for Pixel themes. Bang — makes it look the way you want. You can choose the full theme of the wallpaper, icon set or always grab the display widget.That is the advantage of using a Samsung phone. You can choose a theme that suits you by choosing a great theme that is so large across the West. Prices range from free to a few dollars. I would recommend if you like the theme and plan to give developers / them a buck for a while or use it in two ways (or whatever they are paying for). After all, it’s still less than a beer.Face Recognition
Samsung was one of the first Android manufacturers to include face recognition for their devices. The process is still not as secure as using a fingerprint, so if you want to use Google Pay etc, you still need to use your fingerprint to unlock the application.Face recognition is not safer than what’s included in other smartphones, but face unlocking was less consistent and slower than many others I’ve used. OPPO is still the best face unlocking device for speed and accuracy. Samsung wasn’t even close. Half of the failed time, the other half took time to unlock. Even smartphones under $ 270 use a secure face unlock method. Can you consider unlocking a face that only unlocks half?Actions and actions
I have always been a fan of actions and actions that trigger shortcuts within the operating system. So, if manufacturers include these elements in their Android skins, it always works much better when integrated into the system UI.Samsung has included various actions such as these in OneUI 2.1, but many other manufacturers do not have extensive display features such as gestures to wake up the lift and double tap to wake up well.I wanted to include screen off gestures that other manufacturers include, such as gestures for Samsung to start the camera or gestures to start the flashlight. They seem to have included everything else in the operating system next time.Is Bixby still a problem?
The Bixby button is gone and you won’t miss it. Unfortunately Bixby is still a problem. It doesn’t understand what you are saying and once you understand it, the possible actions are limited. Samsung should give up Bixby. It won’t happen-they’re too late for the party.At least making Google Assistant a digital assistant is not an easy task. Where Bixby can be useful and what I actually used is Bixby Routines. Bixby Routines are built-in IFTTT by default and work fine.The list of possible things is limited to opening third-party apps from those listed in Samsung OneUI, so it’s not as powerful as IFTTT, but it’s a basic introduction to features that are easy to use and likely to be used by non-features. Power users.Conclusion
Samsung’s OneUI 2.1 improved significantly compared to the operating system just a year ago, and the manufacturer’s user interface (OnePlus and Google) is much better.These days, the operating system is fully usable and does not compromise the advanced hardware used by Samsung. In fact I can say that I add it to the hardware in a positive way. It’s hard to find these days. It is no longer necessary to prevent Samsung system software from purchasing one of the smartphones.