Testing the One UI interface on an iPhone is possible, a curious move by Samsung to try to attract iOS users. The South Korean tech company has enabled a web app that allows iPhones to run a One UI (with its limitations of course), identical to that found in any Galaxy updated to the latest version.
This is an aggressive campaign by Samsung to switch iPhone users to Samsung, however, We will show you what One UI looks like on a mobile with iOS
Samsung wants to win over iOS users
One of Samsung’s moves in New Zealand to convince iPhone users has been activate a web application that allows you to run a One UI interface, limited, yes. If we switch from an iPhone to iTest.nz, we can run a web page that mimics the behavior of One UI.
The web app really looks like One UI in native mode – system animations, apps, notifications, and sounds are the same as the original Samsung ROM.
Everything is so well done that at first glance, it looks like the iPhone is running Android, and are apps, animations, notification bar, and more working flawlessly. In fact, when testing Samsung’s “ROM”, we will even get a mock call, so we can see what the interface looks like.
Be a website and not an operating system as such, we will not be able to use the applications provided “in” One UI, but if you review the settings, native apps, and interface elements of the Samsung Personalization Layer. Without a doubt, one of the company’s most curious and elaborate strategies for trying to “steal” Apple users.
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