Samsung One UI has become a shell not only for Android

South Korean tech giant Samsung has released a statement on the upcoming release of the stable version of One UI 4. The beta version of Samsung One UI 4 is already available for select Samsung phones, and the stable version will be available in a couple of weeks.

Samsung said the company has also created a laptop version of the One UI Book 4. After the release, Samsung One UI Book 4 will be available for Galaxy Book Pro 360, Galaxy Book Pro, Galaxy Book Flex 2, Galaxy Book and Galaxy Book Odyssey. Also, the firmware will be available for the company's future laptops.

One UI Book 4 will change the look of the Windows operating system and apps to match Samsung's design. The company wants to offer a similar visual experience for phone and laptop users. At the moment, little is known about how One UI Book 4 will look and what elements will change in the Windows operating system. Given that Windows is not an open source OS like Android, there is little Samsung can do. We'll have to wait until One UI Book 4 is released or more information is available.

Previously, Ice Universe, who has contacts in Samsung's R&D department, stated that One UI 4.0 is almost a perfect shell.

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