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    Explore the evolution of Samsung Android skins, from TouchWiz to One UI

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    Manufacturers of Android smartphones prefer to deliver their hardware product to customers with a software shell (based on the main Android operating system). It can be said that this skin or user interface is a signature that the manufacturer puts on its product to distinguish it from other Android devices. Meanwhile, Samsung is perhaps more sensitive to this issue than any other brand, as the Galaxy handsets have experienced 3 generations of different skins (with multiple versions) since their inception. In this article, we are going to examine the evolution of Galaxy skins - from TouchWiz to Samsung Experience and finally One UI - <b>Explore</b> the <b>evolution</b> of <b>Samsung</b> <b>Android</b> <b>skins,</b> <b>from</b> <b>TouchWiz</b> to <b>One</b> UI TouchWiz

    You might think that the development of Samsung's first user interface - TouchWiz - coincided with the production of the first Galaxy smartphone, but the truth is that the TouchWiz shell was born Goes back to before the Galaxy phones. Samsung first introduced TouchWiz 1.0 in 2009 for the Solstice, and a second version of the skin was released for the Solstice 2 a year later. Finally, in 2010, the TouchWiz 3.0 skin was used in the first smartphone in the Galaxy S series. from the beginning, Samsung took a different approach to pure Android (Stock Android); For example, things like home screen rearrangements, personal shortcuts, and custom widgets (which were very important at the time) were supported in TouchWiz.

     <b>Explore</b> the <b>evolution</b> of <b>Samsung</b> <b>Android</b> <b>skins,</b> <b>from</b> <b>TouchWiz</b> to <b>One</b> UI

    The evolution of TouchWiz continued and in the fourth version of this skin new features including S Voice voice assistant and image view- We saw the image and the screen split in the applications. In addition to making changes to the look, Samsung decided to change the naming of the TouchWiz on the Galaxy S3 to the TouchWiz Nature UX title. On the lock screen of the Galaxy S3, by touching the screen, a ripple effect was created, which may seem very simple now, but at the time, it was a creative design.

    On the Galaxy S4, Samsung implemented eye tracking in the second version of TouchWiz Nature UX to automatically scroll web pages. But Samsung's keen interest in adding more features to the skin did not sit well with experts, and Samsung has been criticized for using a wide range of applications that may not have been very useful (including Air Gestures, Smart Pause and S Translator). Took. Needless to say, scrolling through the settings menu of this skin was also somewhat difficult. Samsung apparently accepted the criticism and responded well to user feedback. <b>Explore</b> the <b>evolution</b> of <b>Samsung</b> <b>Android</b> <b>skins,</b> <b>from</b> <b>TouchWiz</b> to <b>One</b> UI Samsung Galaxy S4

    Samsung Knox security platform and one-handed operation mode were officially introduced in Nature UX 2.5, and Samsung was able to keep the Galaxy S5 users happy by leaving the settings menu in Nature UX 3.0. It is interesting to know that in the Galaxy S6, Samsung returned to the same naming method and this time released TouchWiz as TouchWiz 5.0. Here, Samsung decided to be directly influenced by Android 5 Lollipop by removing some annoying noises, simplifying settings and removing some unnecessary apps. After launching two more versions of TouchWiz on the Galaxy S6 and S7 (versions called TouchWiz 6.0 and TouchWiz Gace UX), Samsung finally decided to launch its next UI project.

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    Samsung Experience

    new generation The Samsung Experience skin was first unveiled on the Galaxy S8. This user interface was implemented on Android 7.0 Nougat and 8.0 Orio. The color scheme and the new look of this skin were more in line with Google's attitude than the previous skin. Of course, some customizations - including Edge UX elements, always-on display and game launcher - are still present in the Samsung Experience.

     <b>Explore</b> the <b>evolution</b> of <b>Samsung</b> <b>Android</b> <b>skins,</b> <b>from</b> <b>TouchWiz</b> to <b>One</b> UI

    Bixby Smart Assistant and Samsung Dex feature (desktop emulator in Android) were first introduced in the Samsung Experience platform, although Neither of them became as popular as expected. But overall, Samsung had learned enough from TouchWiz, and users seemed to be satisfied with their freedom to use the Samsung Experience features. Even experts confirmed it, but for Samsung it was not the end of the story and the Korean company was looking for a new user interface.

    One UI

    Simultaneously with the release of the Galaxy S10, the third generation of Samsung shells called One UI was also unveiled. Here, too, Samsung tried to provide a cleaner and more user-friendly interface. In other words, One of the most important motivations of Samsung to design the One UI was its ease of use on large screens, and for this purpose, applications and menus were designed so that their important elements were within range of the user's thumb. <b>Explore</b> the <b>evolution</b> of <b>Samsung</b> <b>Android</b> <b>skins,</b> <b>from</b> <b>TouchWiz</b> to <b>One</b> UI

    upgrade to Dex, dark mode mode) across the system and the ability to use gestures instead of scrolling buttons were some of the things that were achieved in the first version of One UI. The second version of this skin continued until Android 10, and in One UI 2.5 we saw Wireless Dex, a dynamic lock screen and several other features. However, the appearance and feel of the shell had not changed much in practice. <b>Explore</b> the <b>evolution</b> of <b>Samsung</b> <b>Android</b> <b>skins,</b> <b>from</b> <b>TouchWiz</b> to <b>One</b> UI

    Now , One UI 3.1 is the latest version of Samsung's proprietary user interface and has experienced some differences from the original version, including notification panel transparency, a new right-hand volume control, and smoother animations. Samsung and its users seem to be satisfied with the current state of the skin.

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