One UI 7 Update Tracker: Get All the Latest News

We have seen significant improvements and new features with the One UI 6 and One UI 6.1 updates. Now, the next iteration of Samsung’s custom Android skin, One UI 7, is coming. It will be based on Android 15, and Samsung will add its own customizations. So you can expect all the features of the new Android version.

Are you curious about Samsung’s next big software update? Many Samsung Galaxy users are eager to know more about One UI 7, including its features, supported devices, and release timeframe.

Here, we have discussed all the latest news and possible details regarding this upcoming update. You can follow us on Google News for all the One UI 7 news.

Android 15

Everything we know so far about the One UI 7

1. Release Window: The One UI 7 beta program is expected to start in August 2024, and the stable release in October 2024 (based on past rollouts).

2. Samsung has reportedly started internal testing of One UI 7.0 for Galaxy S24 Ultra. Tipster Tarun Vats (@tarunvats33 on Twitter) discovered evidence with build versions S928BXXU2BXE2, S928BOXM2BXE2, and S928BXXU2BXD4.

3. Samsung reportedly plans to include native support for the vertical app drawer within the next major One UI release, One UI 7. So, the vertical app drawer will be a built-in feature that is accessible to all users without needing the Good Lock app.

4. Supported Devices: The One UI 7 update will likely be available for flagship phones, including the Galaxy S24, S23, S22, and S21 series, along with their FE (Fan Edition) variants. Foldable phone models might include Z Fold 5/ 4/ 3 and Z Flip 5 /4 /3. Some Galaxy A series devices like the A54, A73, A53, A34, and A33 are also expected to receive the update. We can expect devices like the Tab S9 series, Tab S8 series, Tab A9 / A9+, and Tab Active 4 Pro from the Galaxy Tab Series.

5. Samsung reportedly wants to make app opening and closing transitions even faster and more responsive with One UI 7.

6. Android 15’s new security feature, File Integrity Manager, could be included in the One UI 7 build.

7. One UI 7 (Android 15) may have a Partial screen-sharing feature. This feature will likely introduced in Android 15, and Samsung will likely add it to their custom UI. It will allow users to record only a specific app window instead of their entire screen.

8. Android 15 (One UI 7) may offer a full-view experience for apps (utilize the entire screen). This report is based on findings in an Android 14 beta update, where a code named “EDGE_TO_EDGE_BY_DEFAULT” was discovered.

9. As per a report, Android 15 (and consequently One UI 7 based on it) might bring native lock screen widgets for Samsung Galaxy devices.

10. There are rumors that Android 15 will add a feature similar to the iPhone’s Battery Health. It will allow you to see the phone’s estimated battery health. Since One UI 7 is based on Android 15, it is expected that Samsung will add this feature to One UI.

With a passion for technology and a keen eye for detail in Samsung Products, Manajit's writing is always well-researched and easy to understand. When Manajit is not busy writing, he can be found sketching cartoons. Email: manajit8@gmail.com (Follow on X/Twitter)

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