Looks like Samsung is moving way better than any other smartphone manufactures for its future smartphones and its newly introduced One UI. Samsung’s new One UI is the latest custom mobile operating system based on Android 9 Pie for its Galaxy devices including the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+.
The One UI comes with several new features and improvements. The most notable feature which Samsung adds on its One UI is the ability to slide down everything on the screen to your fingertips.
As you can see on the below video shared by Ice universe on Twitter, you can easily slide down the on-screen options below to your finger if you have a small hand. As you can see, the One UI allows you to slide down pretty much everything to your fingertips.
The superiority of Samsung One UI: Assume that my hand is small, in some system applications, I can’t touch the top, we just need to slide down and everything is solved. pic.twitter.com/bedb37J2nf
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 2, 2018
Whether you have to read messages, open an app or tap anything on the screen you just have to move your finger to slide down anything, cool ha!
Samsung One UI first beta recently rolled out for the Galaxy S and Galaxy S9+ and it should be coming to more Galaxy devices in next coming weeks.
However, a recent report from Sammobile claims that Samsung has released the second beta update of its One UI for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ with build number G960FXXU2ZRKL, however, no countries are specified on the report yet.