In its latest edition, the User Experience Lab (UXL) has released a preview of a new UI that will allow users to change how their phones look in the most effective way possible.
As a result of the UI, the UI on Android devices will look more like the iOS iOS 6.0 and the UI in Samsung’s S6 Edge, according to the UXL.
Users will also be able set the colors of their devices in the UI and also set the size of their display.
The new UI is part of the company’s push to make its user experience experience more fluid and intuitive.
While the UI does not include new features or changes to the way that Samsung devices are used, it is aimed at creating an improved user experience on Android and other platforms.
The UI has been developed with the help of the UX Lab’s users in mind.
The Lab’s team also created a new, more fluid user experience that is based on user experience and will make the UX even better.
The UI is based off the user experience of Google Chrome.
The interface has a new look, with a dark grey color palette that contrasts with the dark black of the iOS and Android UI.
The new UI also comes with new visual effects, such as a new grid that uses lines and dots to highlight the text, as well as a more dynamic navigation bar.
It is the first time that Samsung has released an iOS-inspired UI.
The iOS UI is a work in progress and the company has been working on it for a while, but the new UI was a welcome addition to the platform.
Samsung’s focus on user-centered design and the inclusion of visual effects in its UI are a testament to its commitment to user-experience.