Samsung shared a blog post explaining the compatibility of the Galaxy S20 and One UI 2.0

South Korean technology giant Samsung shared a blog post that first demonstrated its impressive harmony with the new flagship family Galaxy S20 of the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 user interface, introduced in October last year.


The One UI 2.0 interface , which witnessed significant changes and took the user experience to another level , was announced at the Samsung Developer Conference event in October 2019. The interface, which was first presented to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 models, also found itself in the Galaxy S20 series introduced in February


South Korean technology giant Samsung has released a blog post that details the compatibility of the Galaxy S20 series with the user-friendly design of the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 interface.


Samsung says the One UI 2.0 has been developed to allow flawless screen transitions

Indicating that the motion and interaction-oriented design of the One UI 2.0 is optimized for various Galaxy devices , from smartphones to foldable devices and tablets , the company says the user interface has been developed to allow flawless screen transitions, regardless of screen size.


Expressing that the Galaxy S20 series has screens that support 120Hz refresh rate , Samsung states that the new flagships offer dynamic interaction and intuition with the One UI 2.0 . For example, the South Korean brand, which emphasizes that the icon is expanding when launching an application on the Home Screen and that the screen moves to a new page with a single gesture, says that the Galaxy S20 responds to user control in real time.


Samsung says Galaxy S20 offers dynamic interaction and intuition with One UI 2.0

Stating that the compatibility of One UI 2.0 and Galaxy S20 simplifies everyday tasks more than ever, Samsung points out that they attach great importance to the tactile feedback experience. Expressing that the features especially on the camera side give a flawless and satisfying touch feeling, the company says that users experience a highly sensitive tactile feedback experience when taking photos, zooming in-out, or customizing Pro mode controls that allow you to adjust the shutter speed and aperture range.


Samsung also says it has designed a satisfying audio experience for sounds and songs on the Galaxy S20. Stating that this year's Over the Horizon melody was built around the theme of 'Digital Wellbeing', the brand says that the iconic ringtone is inspired by nature, and the flowing water contains the sounds of chirping birds reverberating through the lush forest.


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