Samsung officially distributes One UI interface updates for users of Galaxy S20 series phones. The range of phones including the Galaxy S20 5G, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra will be the first in part One UI version 2.5.
One UI 2.5 itself comes with a number of interesting features, which are already present in the Galaxy Note 20 series, one of which is Wireless DeX. This feature allows users to output the display from the phone to the TV screen or monitor wirelessly.
Through this update, Galaxy S20 series users will also be able to run several applications at once, adjusting the window size, and using keyboard shortcuts and right-click functions on the mouse via wireless dex feature.
Samsung also brings the latest camera feature, Pro Video Mode, which allows users to manually select audio input through the microphone, and has supported 8K 24 fps video recording.
Along with this update, Samsung also improved the Notes Galaxy S20 feature to make it look like the Galaxy Note 20. The user will be able to use the voice recorder option when making notes.
The presence of One UI version 2.5 is also said to make it easier for users to share information related to the phone’s Wi-Fi network with other Galaxy devices.
Summarized from The Verge, Samsung has been sharing the One UI 2.5 update since Friday last week on a limited basis in a number of European regions.
The countries that have been part of the One UI update version 2.5 include Italy, Hungary, Portugal, and the Netherlands. It is still not known exactly when users of Galaxy S20 series from Indonesia will get the update.
Samsung promises to roll out the One UI 2.5 update gradually to several other Galaxy series phones including the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Fold, and Galaxy Z Flip 5G.