Samsung is busy rolling out the new One UI to its flagships (including older models). It has been a long road getting here, so the company published an infographic detailing the key ideas that were introduced with each Galaxy S generation since the begging.
It starts with the original Galaxy S, but the first iterations of the current features landed on the Galaxy S III, which introduced S Voice – the forefather of Bixby. Also, Smart Stay kept the screen from switching off while you were looking at it. The Galaxy S4 built on that and would automatically pause a video when you looked away. You could even scroll by glancing up and down.
Their first ever edge screen with really better use for the edge is The Note Edge, not S6 Edge (I know this is about their Galaxy S lineup, but it should be mentioned that they pioneered it on Note Edge not on S6). They also left out that feature fro...
i think LG UI is way better than samsung