We all know that almost two weeks back, Samsung unveiled its latest UI. The latest UI named as OneUI provides a new user experience. According to Samsung, it has been built in close partnership with both Google and the Android developer community. Recently, we came to know that Samsung OneUI now allows users to lock their screens.
Samsung OneUI Updated With Lock Home Screen Layout Toggle
The Lock Home Screen Layout Option can let you avoid accidental moving or deletion of an icon on the home screen. In order to enable the feature you have to follow the steps written below:
- Head To Settings
- Tap the Display Option
- Then Tap Home screen
- There You Can find a Toggle for Locking Home Screen layout
However, the users of third-party Android launchers have been enjoying this feature for years. So, it’s good to see Samsung implement it into its default launcher. According to reports, “Lock Home screen layout” setting is currently available to beta testers of Samsung One UI.
OneUI provides a new and fresh experience to its users. Samsung has minimized the clutter so that the number of distractions in the software can be reduced. The interface has been designed with the focus on the bottom half of the screen. Now everything including the app menus to pop-ups appears at the bottom of the screen. The users can enjoy a simpler UI and can use it single-handly. In addition to all this, the modified fonts, app icons, and new on-screen navigations buttons are more simple now. Furthermore, it also has Dark Mode Support. According to the previous rumors, it was expected that the current flagship lineup, including the Galaxy S9, S9+, and Note 9 will get this all-new interface. However, that’s not the case. The Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note 8 will also get this UI.