Korean tech giant, Samsung, is bringing Modes to phones, smartwatches, and tablets for their customers worldwide.
According to the reports and sources that are circulating on the internet and social media, it tells that the Korean giant Samsung is all set to bring Modes features to their phones, smartwatches and tablets. During their SDC (Samsung Developer’s Conference) event 2022 that happened last week, Samsung revealed that they have simplified the Bixby Routines feature on their smartphones, so a lot of people can use it.
The company has changed its name to Modes. It is a part of their Modes and Routines app. It will be coming out first with the One UI 5.0 update on Galaxy smartphones. With Modes, the company has some pre-set routines, for instance, Driving, Exercise, and Relax. You can activate it with ease after answering simple questions.
The company says that the Modes feature will assist many people in focusing on what actually matters the most through simple automation. Modes and Routines app is already live in the One UI 5.0 beta update on Galaxy phones which are running this update.
The South Korean giant has said it is planning to bring the Modes and Routines app to a new set of devices. It includes smartwatches and tablets. The feature will be arriving on tablet devices of Samsung with the One UI 5.0 update. However, the company hasn’t revealed anything related to the firmware or software version that will be bringing the new feature to Galaxy Watches.
People who have Galaxy devices to wait for some days because they will be able to use this new feature that will be helpful for you to let them focus on their daily life.
One UI 5.0 is the latest software update for Galaxy devices that will be coming soon for public release in the future. It will be based on Android 13, and it will come out with new features. Users can expect something incredible coming there with the new OS update of One UI. There will be bug fixes and improvements that will give them a better user experience with a smooth and flicker-free user interface.
Samsung will be expanding the One UI update for most of their phones in the future.