Samsung Is Bringing Its One UI 4 to Galaxy Books

Icons, menus, and more share designs across mobile and laptop devices

Samsung's new One UI 4 looks to create a shared interface across Samsung devices for a more intuitive user experience.

One UI 4 offers more personalization options, a cohesive look across apps (even if they aren't from Samsung), and new motions and sounds. But this isn't just for Samsung smartphones—the new UI also is bound for Galaxy Books (dubbed One UI Book 4).

Samsung UI One 4 on Galaxy Book

Samsung

The intention behind One UI Book 4 is to give Galaxy Book users an interface that looks and feels like their Samsung smartphone. Windows still will be the operating system so the functions won't change, but many of the icons and menus will resemble what you'd see on a Galaxy phone. According to Samsung, this is to help your work "flow more intuitively across ecosystems."

Samsung UI One 4 on Galaxy Book

Samsung

According to The Verge, One UI Book 4 will be coming to most current Galaxy Book models, except for the Galaxy Book Go. So, if you have a regular Galaxy Book, Pro, Pro 360, Flex2, or Odyssey, you should be able to check it out once it's released.

If you're anxious to start using One UI Book 4 (or One UI 4), you'll have to wait a bit longer, as it has been in beta for the past several months and Samsung has yet to state when either will be available.

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