Samsung is rolling out the One UI on the flagship series their Galaxy Lineup. The company is continually pushing the software on the flagship series since 2010. It has been a long road for the company to get here. Today, Samsung publishes a new infographic to details the key ideas behind the development of Samsung UX to the OneUI.
The journey starts with the Samsung Galaxy S, but the first iteration of the present features on the Samsung UI landed on the Galaxy S III. The S-voice on the Galaxy S III is now the Bixby with powerful features. Also, the Smart Stay feature in the Galaxy S III was powerful. It used to automatically adjust the brightness when the user looks at the screen. The Samsung Galaxy S4 improvised on the feature by automatically pausing a video when you look away. One could even scroll by glancing up and down.
The Galaxy S5 got a minimalistic flat down UX, and the Galaxy S6 edge got the edge features with the curved screen. Here’s a quick look at the infographic that covers the milestone’s of Samsung since 2010: