There’s even a change when the screen is locked with redesigned widgets letting you control music, and see important information, like calendar events and routines, without having to swipe and unlock your device.
Another change comes to messaging with Samsung trying to make it easier to keep track of conversations with faster ways to read and respond. If you want to speak to someone in person then the new edge-to-edge full screen video call layout creates a new and improved communication experience.
For further customisation, you can place widgets on the Home screen and adjust the transparency so they better match your wallpaper or change the design and colour of the clock on the Always On Display or your Lock screen.
Of course, we’re spending way too much time staring at our screens and One UI 3 has been built to improve your digital habits.
This article originally appeared on https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/science-technology/1369656/Samsung-Galaxy-S20-Galaxy-S10-Android-11-released-One-UI-3