Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with Grace UX
Lately only talk of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 by the controversy of defective batteries which forced to stop sales, but the last phablet of Samsung introduced many new features that, although they have been clouded by this matter, it can’t be important for this and other models of Samsung catalog, starting with the new Grace UX interface.
Samsung released a new version of its TouchWiz interface with Note 7, which was renamed Grace UX and introduced some cosmetic changes but also of functions. As you might expect, the company plans to extend this novelty to other devices and there are tracks that the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge will receive their ration of Grace UX with upgrade to Nougat and we could also see it in the future Galaxy A8 2016.
First objective: the duo Galaxy S7
As a tradition, the current flagship of Samsung, the S7 Galaxy and Galaxy S7 brand edge, they will be among the first to receive the update to Android 7.0 Nougat Google launched recently and included new interface would be Grace UX we met by Note 7.
Although Samsung maintained a similar to TouchWiz design language, the new visual layer has a more mature and stylized aesthetics, In addition to having some interesting changes at the level of functions.
Areas where there are more differences are the settings menu and the quick settings panel. The icons have a simpler design and are not integrated in a circle as in previous versions. Also functions as a blue light filter or the search bar opens.
Grace UX polishing details of TouchWiz and perfect them for a more consistent appearance and a more intuitive. It also optimizes the operation to enhance the fluency.
And also it would reach the future Galaxy A8 2016
But there is not everything, a new filtration would be confirming that Grace UX will also reach the rumored Samsung Galaxy A8 2016, which we have already been able to take a look at your owner’s manual. The images contained in the document indicate that, indeed, this model will also feature the Grace UX interface and will also come with Samsung Pay to make payments.
In addition to changes in the software, Galaxy A8 already has been leaked previously, revealing their possible technical specifications. If the rumours do not fail, we will have a 5.7 inch Panel FullHD, 7420 Exynos processor with 3 GB of RAM, 16 and 5 megapixels and a wide 3,500 mAh battery cameras.