AuxShr
Active Level 3
Samsung One UI 3.0 promises next level visuals, and functionality. The lockscreen pin pad is beautiful. I always thought that the settings menu was hard to use and not very easy on the eyes but the updated version has darker greys (removing that yellowish hue) and is more organized and compact!

My favorite visual feature: BLUR! Using blur to control contrast from the background is the best. One UI has a better color scheme, background blue and more rounded rectangles. No more sharp edges and dimming!

My favorite feature so far: The new biometrics. The biometrics are supposed to be a lot faster.

I'm planning on buying an S20+ on the day of One UI 3's release.
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keagan
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Hi AuxShr, Thanks for sharing your thoughts and opinions with us in the community.

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CHMultimedia
Expert Level 5
Less rounded corners please. Or a base option for Note corners at the very least. But an option for sharp rectangles is preferred. Modders do that without root.
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Yeah, there should be a toogle were you can switch between the S and Note corners
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I could see how that would be useful
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Oh and I hope you don't mind me asking this but when can we expect the flashable OneUI 3.0 Beta files?
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Seems like I could happen very soon, they were advertising it on Samsung Pay a couple days ago. Keeps your eyes peeled
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Yoshisaur9
Active Level 10
This reads way too much like an ad lol.

To me it looks really ugly and bad, I hate the new keypad, looks like iOS.

The blur needs to be toned down.
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Hi Yoshisaur9, Thanks for sharing your opinion about One UI 3.0. We take it as your feedback.

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RhythmM
Beginner Level 1
It just looks disgusting to me, too much like iOS. From lockscreen, to the blur effects, the shape of the icons, their size and arrangement, the way they divide options on holding an icon resembles the 3D touch, the widgets view on the lockscreen and the pin entry, it's too much of imitation. I mean, if I want that, why would I buy a Samsung device. I hated it.
Another thing to point out is the settings button in the quick settings panels, they took it to the top, which de fefets the purpose of one-handedness, which was initially their aim with One UI.
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