One UI 6.0 will tweaks in Color Palette with Material You

Google’s Material You brings noticeable changes in Google’s services, applications, and the device’s interface (but with some limitations). In particular, Material You is an impressive customization feature. However, this feature doesn’t work with a few accessibilities. But, with One UI 6, it will no longer be an issue as Google is extending its support for the accessibility options as well. Its in-depth information is listed below. 

Firstly, let us inform you, Material You is capable of applying colors chosen from the device’s wallpaper to the UI elements along with native and third-party applications. Because of this ability, third-party apps also look like an integral part of the Operation System. But with accessibility options, it can’t keep up with the customized theme. For example, the Material You theme warns off if we turn on the high-contrast text option.

Samsung One UI 6.0 eligible for these Galaxy devices

Recently, the well-known tipster MishaalRahman tipped information about Material You, which will make its admirers happy. As per the tipster, Google will make Material You design available for the high-contrast text accessibility option as well. In Android 14, Material You, the dynamic color engine monet will add even better support for dynamic colors, which will make improvements in the high-contrast text’s visibility.  

Samsung One UI 6.0 Early Access Beta: These Galaxy devices can get it first

As this modification is a part of Android 14, it will make its way to Samsung’s One UI 6 as well because the next-gen UI will be based on Android 14. The new feature will be indeed helpful for those who heavily use Android’s accessibility features. However, it is said that this feature will come with a stable OS/UI. Besides, if you are wondering whether your Galaxy device will get the One UI 6 or not, you can check the info here

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