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As usual, this year Samsung is rolling out its own mobile operating system built specifically for the current major version of Android, this time running under the name One UI 6.0, which started its ninth round of beta testing this week, so hopefully that will be the case. Reach the audience in a stable state.
Which already We already knewThe update contains changes such as a redesigned quick panel, a freely positioned lock screen clock, a new system font or two-handed drag-and-drop, but another addition was recently revealed.
the Robot body Based on his report Because on Galaxy devices compatible with One UI 6.0, we will have the opportunity to have 100 GB of free storage space when we want to back up the old one. Using a service called Temporary Cloud Backup, we can avoid having to buy more cloud capacity just for this reason, if, for example, we move to a new device or send the old one for service.
Before we get too excited about the free lunch, it’s important to note that the backup can only be stored on remote servers for 30 days from the time it was uploaded. In return, the function backs up data from third-party applications, so we can save everything on the cloud. Thus, Samsung once again follows in the footsteps of Apple, as it is the apple company previously authorized Bypass the limited storage capacity of iCloud backups required to set up new iPhones and iPads.
The bad news is that the temporary cloud backup introduced with OneUI 6.0 will initially only be available on Galaxy S and Z mobile phones serving South Korea, and it is not yet known when the functionality will be expanded.