On Thursday, October 5, at the annual Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Samsung unveiled the official One UI 6.
In its eighth year, the conference has brought partners and developers together to examine the company’s extensive ecosystem of platforms and technologies.
Samsung claims that One UI 6, its customized skin based on Android 14, would offer consumers a variety of new functions and personalized aesthetics. It has a redesigned Quick panel with grouped options for faster access and an appealing appearance. Additionally, Samsung thinks that the One UI Sans typeface will make digital screens easier to read, and AI-driven photo analysis will likely recommend appropriate photo editing software. With the Samsung Studio, you can edit videos with several layers, including text, stickers, and music.
Samsung unveiled the SmartTag 2nd generation at the event. Longer battery life is promised by this latest version, which can last for an astounding 700 days. Along with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) connection and an IP67 grade for water and dust protection, it also has these features.
It’s now claimed that Bixby, the digital assistant from Samsung, and SmartThings, the company’s home automation system, are better connected. It is anticipated to provide multi-device scenarios with user-friendly command control. According to Samsung, Bixby can identify the appropriate device for each command even when several devices are linked in the same area.
Furthermore, according to Samsung, Tizen OS is being extended to a wider range of products, including household appliances featuring a 7-inch screen. All of the equipment in a house might become intelligent thanks to the integration of on-device AI and the house AI Edge Hub, which would enable appliances with lesser processing capacity to request AI services from devices with more powerful computing capabilities.
Samsung’s immersive gaming experiences are also powered by Tizen, which supports 3,000 cloud-based games. It provides enhanced compatibility with the open-source semiconductor architecture RISC-V and the programming language RUST. Additionally, it introduces the Remote Test Lab for cloud-based app and experience testing on Samsung TV devices.