Samsung’s next One UI 6 update to bring animation improvements


Samsung is rapidly developing the One UI 6 update for its Galaxy devices. The company has already achieved the milestone of a stable update for Galaxy S23 devices; however, in China, it is currently running in the beta phase only. For your information, the company introduced the One UI 6 stable update earlier yesterday, which comes with several new features and improvements for the devices. However,  after installing the update on the devices, users are still getting some bad experiences, which are coming from the animation side.

Samsung to improve animation on the Galaxy S23

The One UI 6 update comes with several new functions and features due to its heavy software package. With this update, the company has also tried to introduce smooth animations for the opening and closing of applications and widgets, but it was not seen until the eighth beta, then, for some reason, the company removed them with the ninth beta update. However,  users hoped that the company would bring them back with the stable update, but it didn’t happen.

One UI 6 support discontinued for a number of Galaxy devices

Moving forward, we learned that those animations will soon be available for Galaxy device users with the coming update. According to the Samsung official community, the company is planning to introduce a dedicated software update that will improve the overall gesture animation of applications and widgets on the devices. He also said that the update could be available this month, so we can say that the November 2023 security patch for the Galaxy S23 will be a significant update.

As usual, the update comes after introducing the One UI, which always brings some additions for enhancing the overall functioning of devices, which may be affected by newly added features. The One UI 6 is also one of those that is coming with a lot of new features that are coming under several existing functions, including Quick Panel, a new camera widget, Samsung internet, camera, Gallery, a link to Windows, and many more. If you want to explore all of the features, then you can visit the One UI 6 changelog dedicated article.

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