With the One UI 6 rollout, the new user interface has seen a great improvement with its customized advancements. Starting with the Galaxy S23 series, which was made accessible for the beta upgrade, many eligible Galaxy smartphones have been granted the One UI 6 Beta rollout. Even the foldables will receive the update within this month or soon. Now the lockscreen clock will receive more font choices with the new update. This new feature is something that the user’s requested for a long time. Through the feedback from the beta testers for the One UI 6.0, the firm is bringing the request to access.
Earlier in the One UI 5.1.1 upgrade, there were nine different font styles for the lock screen clock; however, the choice is limited. But non-foldable Galaxy smartphones are not eligible for One UI 5.1.1, so only the users of Galaxy foldables and tablets can enable the feature. Through the One UI 6.0-based Android 14, the font improvement in the lockscreen clock can be given access to many devices. The clock stylization may also get an upgrade, as the users have done with the limited six versions that offer four digital clocks and two analog clocks.
The One UI 6 upgrade has given the Quick Settings (QS) panel a lot of attention. The Wi-Fi and Bluetooth options now each have their own row at the top of the QS panel, while other features, such as eye comfort mode and dark mode, Another new feature is a camera widget that functions more as a dedicated shortcut for user-preset camera modes than as a live viewfinder. This widget will be really helpful if you like a certain set of camera settings. You may now look for long-press features particular to a given app in the app drawer.
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