The beta version of Samsung’s new One UI, which is based on Android 14, is finally available for certain Samsung users to trial as the stable version of Android 14 approaches. Tons of new features are included, many of which are exclusive to Samsung and many of which are built right into Android 14. Quick panel settings, new standard emojis, and fonts are some of the prominent features that One UI 6.0 brings out. Now we have our hands on another significant feature that One UI 6.0 showcases.
The capability to match the chosen ringtone for the notification vibration pattern In other ways, we can state this feature as an upgraded one from One UI 5.1.1. The devices running on One UI 5.1.1 cannot set the tunes that the user prefers, as the only options available were Off/Silent, Short, Medium, Basic, Heartbeat, Ticktock, Waltz, and Zig-Zig-Zig. But now with this new update, there is a new option “Sync with Notification Sound,” which enables synchronizing the vibration pattern with the notification’s music if the option is chosen.
Although the update hasn’t yet started with different ringtones and music tunes, it is working great with the default notification noises. The newly launched Galaxy Z Flip 5, which runs on top of One UI 5.1.1, cannot access this feature. As of now, the Galaxy S22 can enable this feature; maybe it can be included as a part of the August 2023 update.
Casting multimedia to Chromecast or Google Cast-capable devices is now simple on Galaxy smartphones through Samsung’s Smart View feature running One UI 6, and the process of screen mirroring has become easier. The One UI 6 beta program was made available for the users of the Galaxy S23 series in Germany, America, and South Korea. The firm is gearing up for the release of the second beta version of One UI 6.
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