There are plenty of improvements, particularly for the cameras.
One UI 3.0 is only on a select few Samsung Galaxy phones. Here’s what to expect once you get it.
You may have to wait months for a polished release.
It looks like Samsung isn’t ready to stop updating the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 quite yet.
It is currently available only to developers but the public beta could commence soon.
Everything new on One UI 2.5 and a list of devices that’ll support it.
Stock Android is often viewed as the best version of Android, but I’m here to argue manufacturer skins have more to offer.
Just like Xiaomi, Samsung might try to subsidize its lower-end phones with ad revenue. Say it ain’t so, Sammy.
Update: Galaxy Note 10 users in the US are starting to see the One UI 3.0 update.
It looks like Android Authority readers prefer OnePlus’ Oxygen OS Android skin over Samsung’s One UI.