Samsung’s One UI 5.1 update brings a new battery widget with a familiar look and awesome features
Many people are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series phones that are currently available for pre-order, in order to experience many of the long-awaited features, including the details that the Samsung One UI 5.1 interface update will offer.
One such detail coming from the One UI 5.1 update is a new battery widget, giving device owners a quick look at the battery levels of all their connected devices, such as the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Buds as well as “other supported devices”. We now provide a direct glimpse of the method adopted by Samsung for this feature.
New battery widget features in One UI 5.1 update
According to the images, a variation of the battery widget in the One UI 5.1 update highlights information inside the circles with each including a schematic diagram of the device and the current battery level. It’s very similar to how iOS 16 performs the same feature, but Apple shows the percentage below the circle. to see better.
Also shown in the images is the settings page for the Samsung widget with toggles for users to show or hide devices, adjust the background color, and to match your system’s light and dark mode settings.
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Here are some of the photos that were posted Twitter for Samsung and Apple battery tools, providing a better idea of their similarities and differences.
The flagship phones introduced by the company last year, such as the Galaxy S22 series, as well as the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, will receive the One UI 5.1 update in the coming weeks, but the arrival date has not yet been revealed. In addition, the company is likely to roll out the update for some of its prominent mid-range devices.
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