South Korean smartphone maker Samsung exclusively used One UI as the Android skin. Considerably it is the third iteration of its original Android skin, TouchWiz. That skin eventually became Samsung Experience which itself evolved into One UI. Succeeding all, it is designed to make using larger smartphones easier and become more visually appealing.
Presently we are using One UI 4.1, a minor update of One UI 4, which was first released with the Samsung Galaxy S22 series. It doesn’t bring big changes.
Features are in One UI 4.1
In the name of upgradation or enhancement, there’s nothing much to calculate in One UI 4.1. But as leads to the topic of comparison. I have picked some dignitary points that’ll be worth our topic.
The native calendar app has been updated with smart features to aid productivity.
RAM Plus feature:
Previously, it was only possible to use 4GB of onboard storage to expand the virtual RAM. One UI 4.1 lets users choose how much virtual RAM they want.
Redesigned palette picker:
It is a graphical user interface widget, usually found within graphics software or online. Used to select colors and sometimes to create color schemes.
Smart Widgets let you use multiple widgets without wasting real estate on the home screen. It means that you can add various widgets of the same size in one place and access them by swiping to the left or right.
Separate Left/Right audio balance:
A separate option for adjusting the sound of the phone’s speaker and any other connected devices like earbuds, Bluetooth headsets, and more.
Extra brightness toggle:
Samsung offers the new “Extra Brightness” toggle under the Display settings to let you punch up the brightness.
Pro Mode on more cameras:
With AI Super Resolution technology, there’s a 40-megapixel front camera for selfies. Samsung has made significant improvements to the low-light camera performance on this device.
Night Mode portraits:
While a system-wide “night mode” was added which gives UI elements and supported applications a darkened color scheme.
So, these were fistful the qualitative features of One UI 4.1. Now lets heads take our comparison up and open the window to welcome an air that blows the features of our other software.
The Co-founder of OnePlus, Carl Pei when decided to quit the firm in the sense of a new startup launched Nothing Technology Limited (stylized as NOTHING) is a consumer technology company based in London, England. Nothing OS features will be based on Google Android and will act as an alternative to the OnePlus’s leading Oxygen OS.
On 25 February 2021, the company announced Teenage Engineering as a founding partner, mainly responsible for the brand’s design aesthetic and its products. Nothing’s first product “ear (1)” was launched on 27 July 2021.
Features are in Nothing OS
The update also makes claims about better charging efficiency and third-party charger compatibility. The smartphone is backed by a 4,500 mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging.
The smartphone features a dual-camera setup at the rear that consists of a 50MP primary sensor and a 50MP ultra-wide sensor. At the front, the Nothing Phone (1) sports a 16MP selfie shooter.
Nothing Phone (1) custom schedule will be enabled by default for the always-on display functionality. This means that the always-on display functionality in Nothing Phone (1) will shut off on its own at night
The latest Nothing OS may also allow users to see fingerprint icons even while the display is off.
The update also asserts to have fixed the Bluetooth codec problem. Apart from this, the update also brings a few additions to the UI.
Design and the Iconic Glyph Interface:
The Nothing Phone (1) has been able to create in the smartphone market due to its unique design and the iconic Glyph Interface. Glyph Interface is the rear panel of Phone (1) that consists of 900 LEDs.
The users can use the Phone (1)’s Glyph Interface as a notification LED, charging indicator, and several different functionalities. You can also change how the LEDs light up and flicker based on the ringtone. Nothing also allows the users to customize the Glyph Interface as per their choice.
The Nothing Phone (1) comes with a 6.55-inch OLED display. The display comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on top and a 120Hz refresh rate. The smartphone also features an in-display fingerprint sensor.
Storage and chipset:
Under the hood, the Nothing Phone (1) is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. The SoC is paired with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
Hence these all were the points that might help you to identify which software is more effective and efficient as per the keynotes. It was all about providing some sort of information in reference to comparison.
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