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Samsung One UI 3.0 New Features: Explanation with tips and tricks

Samsung One UI 3.0 public beta is now being served in various regions to Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, S20+, and S20. And in this thread, we will go over the top new features.

Samsung already started pushing the One Ui 3.0 update for some selected devices. And it will be added some more devices this month.

This is the One UI 3.0 Public Beta with the Android 11 version. Let’s dive.

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Samsung One UI 3.0 New Features

One UI 3.0 Double-tap to sleep:

The very first feature we want to talk about is something that we have been waiting for a long time and that is simply double-tap to make the phone sleep.

  • Open Settings
  • Go into Advanced feature
  • Scroll down over to Motions and gestures
  • And enable Double-tap to sleep

One UI 3.0 Notification- Quick toggle panel:

One UI 3.0 brings a brand new Android 11 feature in the notification panel. If you are play music on your Samsung Galaxy phone via YT Music, Google Play Music, or any music app so you can easily access the music control. You swipe just a one-time notification panel to control your music- Play/Pause, Next song, or Previous song.

In additionally if you tap on the music controller and tap on the circular button it allows you to pick where you want to play media own in other Bluetooth devices. If any Bluetooth players connected they will show up at the bottom you can click on that and the music is going to transfer from mobile speakers to whatever is connected in Bluetooth.

You can share music with your friends from the music share option and you can also modify the playback control when the phone is locked.

One UI 3.0 Call Background Customizations:

With the help of this feature, you can change the background on the call, you can set any photo or a short video from your phone’s gallery. In addition, you can also change the call layout- Centre or Brocken down two sides.

  • Open Call application
  • Tap on three dots in the top right corner
  • Tap on settings
  • Now go into call background

One UI 3.0 App built-in widgets:

Samsung brings a newly built-in widget feature for all apps including third-party apps in One UI 3.0. You can just press and hold any application icon, it brings up the shortcut menu, and can choose a widget in a certain app.

One UI 3.0 Bubbles Notifications:

One UI 3.0 finally brings a bubbles notification feature you can quick replay just like Facebook Messenger with bubble view.

  • Open Settings
  • Tap on Notifications
  • Go into Advanced settings
  • Tap on Floating Icons
  • And select Bubbles

One UI 3.0 Notification History:

This is one of the most important features of Android 11. With the help of this feature, you can never miss your notifications and the history of all notifications that you have received.

  • Open Settings
  • Go into Notifications
  • Scroll down and go into Advanced settings
  • Tap on Notification history
  • Now you can access all your notification history

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