Samsung’s One UI 5 public beta program seems to be just around the corner and could kick off by the end of the month. Meanwhile, a recent leak gave us our first look at the upcoming firmware, and there are plenty of new features over which Samsung fans can get excited.
Today we’re taking another look at the leaked One UI 5 beta details in a new video. You can find it below, but do keep in mind that all the information gathered from this leak is based on, well, a leaked beta firmware version. With that in mind, some UI aspects and features could change by the time One UI 5 enters the public beta stages for the Galaxy S22.
So, what are some of the new features we’re looking at today? For starters, the notification center was redone with bigger icons and a different level of background opacity. The permissions pop-up was also redesigned.
New gestures to enable split-screen multitasking have also been added, and Samsung has created a new toggle for UWB (Ultra-Wideband) connectivity. One UI 5 should also boast smoother animations and transitions, and in this build, Samsung Notes has a collaboration mode that lets you share notes with up to 100 other users.
There’s more to dig through with this leaked One UI 5 beta build, so make sure you check out our latest video below and join the conversation. Are you excited about this upcoming release? What are some of your favorite new features based on the details leaked thus far?
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