At its developer conference, Samsung has not been stingy in advertising. For example, we were able to discover the first foldable smartphone of the brand.
Alongside with it, The Korean company announced the development of One UI, the new Samsung interface for its future smartphones and Galaxy S9, Note 9, S8 and Note 8. it’s the successor of Samsung Experience UI.
Today, Samsung seems ready to talk about it further. Indeed,
the company published its One UI official introduction video on Youtube, presenting its main features.
You can see all the new rounded icons, the color of buttons and especially the overall dark mode that should be a true panacea for who uses his smartphone at night.
Above all, the publication of this video does not seem trivial. If the brand starts communicating around its next interface with the general public, it should soon be deployed after a closed beta period.
We were initially promised a launch for January 2019. The video was released in mid-December, so perhaps we could count on an exit at the very beginning of the first month of the New Year rather than at the end. In this case, the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 will be the first to get the new interface, pending the release of Galaxy S10 on the market.