Samsung Combining A “Virtual Cursor” Toward Single UI To Developed Single-Handed Usage

When Steve Jobs uncovered the original iPhone back in 2007, he said the accompanying articulation while discussing the screen-size, It has a 3.5-inch screen on it. It’s huge!.

Presently, the normal size of a phone screen has gone up to 6-inch. For hell’s sake, the screen size of the latest Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is 6.9-inch! In this way, with screens, this large, the main way a normal individual can utilize these cell phones is by utilizing two hands. Along these lines, producers have attempted to give programming answers for one-gave activities. Furthermore, presently Samsung has included a “virtual cursor” to its One Hand Operations+ module in One UI 2.0.

As per an ongoing report by XDA Developers,

Samsung is revealing another update for its One Hand Operations+ module that will empower the component. The One Hand Operations+ module contains a lot of instruments that encourage the clients to tweak One UI for improved one-hand tasks.

Presently, an ongoing update with adaptation number 3.2.43 includes the “virtual cursor” highlight to One UI devices. They include basically raises a cursor on the upper piece of the screen and the client can control the cursor from the base portion of the screen. Along these lines, this causes the clients to arrive at regions of the screen, which traditionally require two hands, utilizing only one hand.

The cursor stays at the top portion of the presentation, while the cursor controller stays at the base half, close to the client’s fingers. The include is still being developed and maybe a little janky to utilize. Be that as it may, it will be a lifeline for Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and Galaxy Note10+ users.

Akshay Tiwari
Hey Guys This is Akshay Tiwari I am an engineering dept CSE I love to read and write articles I am a tech writer and Tech is in my blood Sundar Pichai the CEO of Google is my inspiration

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