iPhone users can now try Galaxy smartphones before buying it

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Samsung has updated its Try Galaxy web app. Allowing iPhone users to get a sneak peek at the Galaxy S23 before buying it. The app shows the Android 13 based One UI 5.1 and some of the new features of the Galaxy S23. It is available in 14 languages, including Arabic, Bahasa, Chinese (Mandarin and Taiwanese), English, French, French Canadian, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, Spanish Mexican, Swedish, and Vietnamese.

Samsung now allows iPhone users to explore the Galaxy experience

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The updated Try Galaxy app is targeting iPhone users and aims to showcase the user interface of the Galaxy S23. It also provides tutorials and highlights unique apps and features available on Samsung phones. Users can explore the camera UI, including Nightography, Night Mode, and editing tools like Photo Remaster. The app also includes a video demo of the phone’s performance while playing games.

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One of the most exciting features of the One UI 5.1 is the inovations it offers. The app allows users to explore different wallpapers, icons, backgrounds, and themes. Giving them a taste of the new options available on the Galaxy S23.

It is important to note that the Try Galaxy app is designed for iPhone users only. If you try to use the app on a Galaxy phone, it will not work. The app states, “This experience was designed for iPhone users. You’re on an Android already”.

Overall, the Try Galaxy app is a fantastic tool for those interested in buying the Galaxy S23. But cannot visit a store to test it out. The app provides a look at the phone’s features and UI. Giving iPhone users a taste of what they can expect from the Galaxy S23. With its updated features and customization options, the Galaxy S23 is sure to be a hit with users worldwide.

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