Seoul: Samsung on Thursday demonstrated its latest updates to software and services at an annual tech conference aimed at improving the overall user experience through technology innovations.
At the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) 2022 in San Francisco, the South Korean tech giant unveiled One UI 5, an upgraded, new user interface for its Galaxy products and more connected home life partly through an expanded partnership with Google. unveiled a vision for
Samsung said the One UI 5 platform comes with new features for more personalized experiences, such as a new security and privacy dashboard that enables users to customize personal privacy settings by scanning for vulnerabilities and recommending security updates .
As reported by Yonhap news agency, it comes with custom-built modes and routines and a dynamic lock screen that displays multiple views on Galaxy devices.
According to the company, Samsung’s Bixby, the voice assistant platform, has improved the way users answer calls or share typed messages with the caller.
Samsung said it will continue its efforts to provide “cool technology” by seamlessly connecting electronic devices.
Quiet technology refers to a type of technique that requires minimal attention and work from users.
In early September, Samsung vowed this year to popularize its home automation platform, SmartThings, to help deliver a more connected and sustainable home life.
SmartThings is Samsung’s software for connecting and controlling home appliances with more than 230 million users worldwide.
By the end of next year, Samsung plans to allow all of its home devices to be Wi-Fi enabled and to connect and control 13 different brands of home appliances belonging to the Home Connectivity Alliance (HCA).
Samsung also said that it has expanded its partnership with Google to address the challenges faced by homeowners using multiple, different smart home platforms.
Both tech companies will release a multi-admin feature in the coming weeks that will make it easier for users to connect devices across different ecosystems and control Matter-enabled devices via SmartThings or the Google Home apps on Android.
‘Matter’ is an open standard for smart home technology that enables users to set up their devices with their preferred platform and ecosystem without changing hardware or software, according to Google.