In addition, Samsung has also emphasized the “mode”, effectively combining Digital Wellbeing and Bixby Routines+. In short, the “modes” work just like the former, with customizable driving, exercise and sleep habits, and more. By the way, you can create a new schema if needed. As the company has previously outlined, it has upgraded One UI to offer more customization options, such as more lockscreen designs and the option to stack widgets.
In other words, Apple and Samsung have gone down the same path, although it’s unclear who influenced who. Unfortunately, Samsung still hasn’t shared the full One UI 5 rollout roadmap. Presumably, the timing of specific smartphones will vary by region, as with earlier One UI upgrades. You can find more changes Samsung plans to introduce in One UI 5 in its corresponding blog post.
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