According to what has emerged in these hours, the range of flagships belonging to the Galaxy S20 series could soon be updated to the new release of the proprietary interface, the One UI in version 2.5.
When will the One UI 2.5 arrive on the Galaxy S20?
For the uninitiated, Samsung years ago used the Touchwiz as a proprietary Android-based skin for its devices; we went from that version to the first iteration of the One UI 1.0 made on the basis of Android 9 Pie just over a year ago; following this, we then saw the One UI 2.0 arrived following the Google update of its operating system last September.
According to a series of reports, the South Korean giant could equip the Galaxy S20 series with the new iteration of the One UI 2.5 , although, following the logic of the Samsung home updates, it would be more reasonable to expect a One UI 3.0.
According to the words of Ice Universe , well-known leaker of the Korean company, the arrival of the new version will arrive a few days after the presentation of the devices during the Unpacked event.
Max Weinbach instead, senior member of XDA, said that Samsung would be testing the first builds of the One UI 2.5 for Galaxy Z Flip 4G and Galaxy S20.
But what will change with the new interface?
The SamMobile portal reports that the One UI 2.5 should make significant improvements and micro-changes to the final aesthetic , compared to the current One UI 2.1 version.
First, we report support for navigation gestures of the Google user interface for third-party apps. A big news is waiting for the camera app; with ” Single Take ” you can capture four videos and ten photos using the configuration of the rear cameras. The peculiarity is that you will get an ultra-wide photo, a Live Focus, a wide angle, a 15 second video clip and a boomerang, all at once. With the Pro mode in the video section instead, there will be the possibility of intervening on further parameters and values.
Recall that the update will arrive via OTA in a non-homogeneous way; this means that a certain number of regions will receive it first and, only in the second instance, will arrive gradually in the rest of the world.