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[Poll Results!] What’s your opinion of One UI 2.0? Do you like what you see?

November 7 will mark the first anniversary One UI, the modern and intuitive user interface that can be found on all Galaxy smartphones and tablets running Android Pie and on Samsung’s latest wearables. It brought a major overhaul to the look and feel of the software on Samsung devices, along with plenty of new features. Samsung has added new features with minor upgrades to One UI since then, and the latest stable version of One UI is 1.5, as seen on the Galaxy Note 10 and some other new devices launched in the last couple of months.

We had exclusively revealed that Android 10 would be accompanied by version 2.0 of One UI, and many of us have been using One UI 2.0 on our Galaxy S10s and Note 10s thanks to the One UI 2.0 beta program. It brings plenty of improvements to the user interface and adds some new features, and while things may change as the beta program continues, it’s safe to say that One UI 2.0 on the stable version of Android 10 for Galaxy devices will be pretty similar to what you can see on the Android 10 beta.

To those who have been using One UI 2.0 on the Android 10 beta, we pose this question: Do you like what it has to offer? Do you feel One UI 2.0 makes enough changes to warrant all the anticipation, or were you expecting it to be a bigger update as far as all the improvements and new features are concerned? Vote in the poll below, then take to the comments section to discuss what you like or don’t like about One UI 2.0 in more detail.

Results: Well, it seems One UI 2.0 is not too much of a visual upgrade for many, as 42 percent voters said they would have liked to see more UI changes. 28 percent said a few more features would have been nice, and that’s a sentiment we agree with as well, although Samsung has done a commendable job of bringing new features to its flagship phones separately from Android OS updates. 25 percent voters love One UI 2.0’s improvements, while 3 percent said they don’t like it and would rather not update to Android 10. The last 2 percent said they aren’t down with all the changes included in One UI 2.0.

What's your opinion of One UI 2.0? Do you like what you see?

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Adventurer86
Adventurer86

Not good enough, there should be a ton of new things when bumping from one ui 1.1 to 2.0.

HFL087
HFL087

I want them to rush the update stable release, and stop munching like they always, its look bad for them that 2019 devices got android 10, and they still testing it

Sotirisdim4
Sotirisdim4

Bet you the moment they rush the release and you end up with a bug that was a result of said rush, you’d be the first one to complain about it. What do you want, speed or quality?

Adventurer86
Adventurer86

both!

fuel3100
fuel3100

i want to add the option to autohide notification in the homescreen to make it fullscreen

valii
valii

there are two things that i would change… the volume slider to be like stock Android and notification panel like the 1.5 one ui to have the option at least to change the grid 3 to 4 that you reach with one hand

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

Samsung have confirmed their S11 will be the next big camera smartphone with a much higher resolution, much better lowlight photography, a higher quality – longer range zoom and possibly higher quality video recording.
The zoom they’re working on will be able to capture the face of an artist while being at the back of the concert hall.

newusersamsung
newusersamsung

I wanted the Volume animation/control beside my Volume button as started in pie.
But still in One Ui 2.0 old control system un which I have to move m thumb upwards after pressing Volume button.

Zeus45
Zeus45

The fact there is a system wide dark mode,that even have effect on whatsapp and Facebook is enough for me cos that’s all i need

HFL087
HFL087

Agree

PJaya
PJaya

One UI on phone better, but on tablet not suitable, too many empty space, i prefer UI on Oreo on my tablet.

Pmii
Pmii

One UI is not yet fully backed … So… The only criticism I would make is that it was originally built to make to big screens more One hand friendly … Yet again, there are still a lot of menus and functions stuck at the top of the display. But in general, for Me , it still does the job very F… Nicely 😉

TurkishStyle
TurkishStyle

If I’m honest, i expected alot of more ui changes cause it is called One UI 2.0.
Right now its not something i would call 2.0 maybe 1,8 or 1.xx(what ever).

Adventurer86
Adventurer86

kesinlikle öyle kardeşim.

SHUVRANIL
SHUVRANIL

i wish the ui would have been a little bit more smooth and fast.

tthalheim
tthalheim

We’re still talking about beta software so quite likely Samsung is gonna fix this with future updates.

Pmii
Pmii

Too early to judge mate

PainfullyCandid
PainfullyCandid

I use Microsoft Launcher, so I pretty much disable the UI 2.0 things I can.

PainfullyCandid
PainfullyCandid

Funny. Most of you people laud the “customization features” of Android and then slam someone for customizing. Hypocrites.

yashsonkiya
yashsonkiya

I want a native app lock, some new camera features and faster animations in 1 UI 2.0.

tthalheim
tthalheim

Well, native App Lock probably won’t be in the mix bc otherwise it would be already included in beta 2 I guess. New camera features – maybe. But you can definitely speed up animations in the developer options already under Android 9.

tdc
tdc

I’d like they add the notification led around the front camera.

tthalheim
tthalheim

You can already do that with an app called “Edge Lightning +” available in the Sammobile APK section.

RA88IT
RA88IT

But you can’t get it to repeat like a common notification led

tthalheim
tthalheim

Nothing that can’t be added with future app updates. But for now it’s still better than nothing I’d say.

PainfullyCandid
PainfullyCandid

I turn off all these annoying light-up notifications. There’s nothing worse than having something blinking at you in dim or dark room. Particularly a movie theater. There’s a special place in hell for people like that.

tdc
tdc

Why do i have to install an app for something they can add natively in their software?, some of those applications don’t work as common notification leds, they work a few seconds, in some cases you have to enable other functions that use more battery or configure too many things for a function as basic as a simple notification led.

Andrei603
Andrei603

I wish that SamsungOne font to be integrated in Android 10 for S9 series,because it’s nicer than the default one and it would be nice to have it without installing other apps

Saranan Majilya
Saranan Majilya

Pill UI for sick peoples.

Tribanj
Tribanj

I wish wifi passwords could be viewed on the Samsung Galaxy S10.

london2tim
london2tim

is more like One UI 1.75 🙂