Samsung has recently revealed its second flagship line for 2020, the Galaxy Note 20, with many private functions as part of One UI 2.5.
The exclusivity isn’t lasting too much as Samsung started introducing some of the new features to its older devices.
The South-Korean tech giant started rolling out the One UI 2.5 update to the Galaxy S20 lineup, with other devices expected to receive it soon.
As the case with the Note 20, S20 owners also have enhanced Pro Video mode in the default camera app that can shoot cinematic8K videos in a widescreen 21:9 aspect ratio.
Also, there’s the option to pick the phone’s mic focus for improved directional audio input or use the Galaxy Buds’ mic ass the source.
One of the most impressive features of the new update is Wireless Samsung DeX for pairing with compatible smart TVs. That feature will be introduced on the Galaxy S20 line and the option to turn your phone into a multi-touch trackpad.
One UI 2.5 also introduces a new way to share Wi-FI information with nearby Galaxy devices quickly.
The updated Samsung Notes app gets the impressive Audio Bookmark feature that syncs notes with corresponding audio recordings that help users easily navigate through them later on.
The app also packs a set of other features, including handwritten notes that appear better suited for S Pen equipped phones.
OneUI 2.5 is a big step forward for Samsung users. The updated operating system adds support for gesture navigation in third-party launchers on the Note20. The Galaxy S20 will likely receive the same treatment, but we’ll have to take a closer look at it.