One UI 2.0 feature focus: Longer exposure and ISO in Pro camera mode

With a dedicated Night mode, Samsung made it possible for consumers to take better pictures in low-light conditions with a single tap. With Android 10 and One UI 2.0, the company is enhancing the camera’s Pro mode for those who prefer manually adjusting camera parameters when taking photos. On Android 10, …

One UI 2.0 feature focus: Now take slow motion selfie videos!

Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 11 last month saw the company talk a lot about the camera features on its latest iPhones, and one of those features is the ability to shoot slow motion videos with the front camera. If you were jealous that you would be left out as …

One UI 2.0 feature focus: Set stricter Wireless PowerShare battery limit

Reverse wireless charging may not be a feature everyone uses, but it can be very handy when you want to charge other mobile devices with your smartphone. With Wireless PowerShare on the Galaxy S10 or Galaxy Note 10, you can charge your wearables, like your Galaxy/Gear smartwatch or the Galaxy …

One UI 2.0 feature focus: Record the screen using built-in screen recorder

With One UI 2.0, one of the most underrated features that debuted on the Galaxy Note 10 is making its way to the Galaxy S10 and other Galaxy devices that will be updated to Android 10. You can now record the screen using the built-in screen recorder instead of downloading …

One UI 2.0 feature focus: Dark/Night mode darkens wallpaper as well

Samsung beat everyone to the punch by introducing a system-wide Night mode to its software with Android Pie, a year before something similar would become a part of the core Android OS. With Android 10, Samsung has renamed Night mode to Dark mode, which is what Google calls it on …

One UI 2.0 feature focus: Face recognition gets two useful features

With Android 10 and One UI 2.0, Samsung is adding plenty of new features to its devices, and many of them will be easily visible for users after they have updated to the new version of Android. But there will also be new functionality that will be less easy to …