2016 lounch Samsung UI beta testing in Korea and China


2016 lounch Samsung UI beta testing in Korea and China

2016 lounch Samsung UI beta testing in Korea and China

Samsung is trying another UI in China and Korea as a component of the Galaxy Beta Program. The test is being done on the Galaxy Note5 and called 'New Note UX'.

One of the huge changes is the absence of application drawer in the launcher. This is a typical pattern among Chinese OEMs so it's possible Samsung is giving this a shot to perceive how it functions in East Asian markets. The application symbols are formed consistently, notwithstanding for outsider applications, which implies it is editing them, another pattern among Chinese OEMs making a decent attempt to imitate iOS. It stays to be checked whether both of these things will be discretionary or constrained upon clients.

2016 lounch Samsung UI beta testing in Korea and China

There are some different changes as well, most important one being the Settings application, which again looks a considerable measure like something you'd find on a Chinese cell phone. Likewise, Samsung is by all accounts moving over from having content for catches to simply iconography.

The source says the UI changes will go to all leader Samsung gadgets in future and not simply constrained to the Note5 or the up and coming Note gadget. This is in beta still, so a few things could change.

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