With the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S21, an important innovation has arrived at the software level: One UI 3.1. Samsung’s new version of the personalization layer features improvements both at user interface and functional level, including the system’s own default apps.
One of the app-level changes comes from Google Messages, which will become one of the native messaging apps
A 3.1 user interface, with more presence on Google
One UI 3.1 is the new version of Samsung’s personalization layer. With it comes greater cleanliness in the elements of the interface, as well as new functions. However, two of the most notable novelties of the ROM they have to do with google apps.
Historically, Samsung has provided its Galaxy with an information panel on the left desktop. This panel, UpDay, will be replaced by Google Discover, the left panel that many Android phones carry. Thus, we will be able to consult the news of Google in a simple way, simply by sliding the desktop.
Likewise, the Google Messages app will be one of Samsung’s native apps. This is important because with Samsung Messages this app supports RCS, a relevant point for the future of this type of communication. However, the native Samsung app will still be present, so it may be handy to disable some of them if we don’t want to have duplicate apps.
Via | 9to5Google