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Samsung’s One UI 7.0 Promises Enhanced User Interface for a Refined Experience

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The Android 15 work is on full roll, as Google has released several beta channels for its next Android operating system, with plenty of features and upgrades. The Android 15 will enter into its stable version until later this year. Several predictions have already started fleshing out regarding Samsung’s next One UI iteration, the One UI 7.0, which could arrive with a more improved user interface and experience. 

As Android 15 is gradually moving closer to its stable channel, several Android partners have started working on infusing some of the of the best possible functionalities within their custom UI, and Samsung is no exception. Samsung’s next One UI 7.0 will be based on Android 15. Meanwhile, it appears like Samsung could offer a more enhanced experience to its entire Galaxy ecosystem. 

Samsung’s One UI is highly customizable but lacks some improvements in the UI and UX.

Samsung has indeed offered several advanced capabilities to its Galaxy devices, and the inclusion of the Galaxy AI within its supported phones helped Samsung push the boundaries of some uncertainty and be the best of all. Meanwhile, the brand has always shown consistency towards making its One UI the best Android custom UI, from pushing gradual improvements to some significant features. However, Samsung needs to address the fact the fact that its UI and UX still require certain improvements. 

Although Samsung has always focused on bringing the best from its Galaxy smartphones, while there are most of the features and functionalities that other smartphone brands do not, it still lacks in some aspects, including software stability, system animations, and user interface components. Thus, this huge gap of uncertainty in its UI and UX could hopefully be resolved with the arrival of the One UI 7.0 version. 

Moreover, Samsung does offer some noticeable features and enhancements with the One UI 6.0 version; it’s expected that the brand could address the UX refinements with its next UI iteration, One UI 7, and might offer a better, enhanced, and improved software experience within its entire Galaxy ecosystem. 


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One UI 7 to bring crucial changes for UI and new Galaxy AI features

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Samsung has started a new era with its Galaxy AI-powered features which arrived with the One UI 6.1 update earlier this year, but from the last few updates, Samsung hasn’t focused on the UI changes but fortunately, we may see some crucial changes in the UI changes.

According to the report, One UI 7 update will provide some major UI changes which will be applied to different elements including new icons, updated notifications and Quick panel designs.

Besides the UI design changes, Samsung will introduce some new Galaxy AI features for enhancing video recording and editing. Along with this, the Bixby functionality will also be enhanced with the support of Galaxy AI.

Lastly, the One UI 7 will also bring a new frame scaling feature which will be powered by the NPU that arrived with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 or later, which provides better image-rendered output.

Regarding the availability of the One UI 7 will be based on Android 15, it is expected that the company may introduce the One UI 7 stable update to the Galaxy devices by October (based n past timeline). Meanwhile, the early access of the update may be live in the next couple of months.


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One UI 7.0 and Android 15: Major Update Debuts on These Galaxy Devices

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Samsung was busy distributing multiple updates for devices, including One UI 6.1 and security patches for eligible devices. Now the company is preparing to release One UI 6.1.1, the next feature-full update, which will be based on Android 14. However, Galaxy users are not too excited because they are now eagerly waiting for the next major update, One UI 7.0, which will be available in the next few weeks.

One UI 7 Availability

Samsung always introduced its major One UI update after the launch of Google’s latest Android version, which is obvious because every new One UI major update is based on the new Android version. As far as the One UI 7 availability is concerned, according to the past, the update will be available for eligible devices in October. However, users on selected devices can also get early access in the form of beta updates.

One UI 7 Expected Feature

The One UI 7 update will be based on Android 15, so it will be packed with all the new features that are arriving in the new Android version. Going into the details, it is reported that there will be a new notification option applied for more control, and it may provide a new vertical app drawer. This time Samsn will allow us to check the phone’s battery health, just like the iPhone, with more detailed statistics. The ability to archive applications will also be one of the important developments. Similarly, there will be more new features arriving with Android 15. Now let’s explore which Galaxy device will get the One UI 7.0 as the first major update.

List of Galaxy devices to get One UI 7.0 & Android 15 as the first major update 

  • Galaxy Z Fold 6 & Flip 6 (Unreleased)
  • Galaxy S24
  • Galaxy S24+
  • Galaxy S24 Ultra
  • Galaxy A55
  • Galaxy A35
  • Galaxy A25
  • Galaxy A15 5G
  • Galaxy A15
  • Galaxy M55
  • Galaxy M35
  • Galaxy M15
  • Galaxy F55
  • Galaxy F15
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2024)
  • Galaxy Tab Active5
  • Galaxy XCover7

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One UI 7.0 (Android 15) Could Arrive in October 2024

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Samsung is all set to play a big game within the coming months; next month it will host the biggest Galaxy Unpacked event, and three months later in October it will release the stable One UI 7 based on the Android 15 software version. 

Among the Samsung fan community, all eyes are on the forthcoming iteration of Android 15-based One UI 7.0. We have already discussed the release date of this latest software update, but the result was confusing. Now the new report is revealing that One UI 7 will be on the floor in October 2024. 

One UI 7.0 (Android 15) Launch Date

Samsung announced that SDC24 is scheduled for October 3 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in Downtown San Jose, California, which will be the formal launch date of One UI 7. This hints that the major upgrade is just three months away for the eligible Galaxy smartphones. The Samsung Developer Conference will be held on October 3, 2024. On another note, Google also confirmed its Made by Google event for August, at which the giant might announce the Android 15 alongside Pixel smartphones. 

The company might show all the features of One UI 7.0 and then release the first stable version to compatible devices a few days after that. Last year, the SDC 2023 event was on October 5, and the stable One UI 6.0 update came out later that month.

Previously, it was reported that, due to One UI 6.1.1, Samsung could delay releasing One UI 7, but that is not the case anymore. The One UI 7 beta internal testing has already been spotted on the server for the Galaxy S24 series several times. The One UI 7 Beta program could start in August, following Android 15’s launch. More than 50 Galaxy smartphones and tablets are in line to get the One UI 7.0 update. 

This upcoming update is expected to upgrade Bluetooth Auracast, NFC, UI design, animations, a vertical app drawer, enhanced battery life, and most notably, the App Lock feature. Android 15 and One UI 7.0 are expected to include several other improvements. Apart from this, it could also bring improvements to other One UI ecosystem features, such as Bixby, Buds Auto Switch, Galaxy AI, Gaming Hub, Modes & Routines, Multi Control, and more. 


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