Samsung One UI 5 interface revealed a new feature that has not been used in the beta version yet
Although Samsung has released four beta versions of the Android 13 update and One UI 5 interface for the Galaxy S22 series, not all the new interface features have been revealed. Samsung revealed some features for the first time during the (SDC 2022) event, such as the Bixby Text Call feature to answer a phone call by sending text messages, and the Galaxy Quick Pair feature. Now, another feature has been discovered that hasn’t been used in the One UI 5.0 beta yet.
Samsung introduces a new tool in the interface Samsung One UI 5
During the main event, the company showcased several elements of the One UI 5 user interface on the screen. Among these was the battery tool that has not yet been seen on phones or tablets.
The widget displays the phone’s current battery level as well as connected accessories, including those for the S Pen, smartwatch, and wireless earbuds.
There seem to be two versions of the tool: 4 x 1 and 4 x 2. If you want to check the battery level of your wireless earbuds or smartwatch, you need to open an app Galaxy Wearable Or use a separate tool associated with a particular set of earphones. With the new battery widget, you can check the battery charge levels of all the devices your phone is connected to at a single glance.
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A similar tool has been on iOS and iPadOS for a few years now, and it looks like it’s time for Samsung to bring it to One UI.
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