It seems that it’s all about the Galaxy Note 7 lately, as the smartphone is expected to be unveiled in less than a month. Aside from 6GB of RAM and an iris scanner, the Note 7 is also expected to come with a new version of TouchWiz, dubbed Grace UX.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is expected to come with a new version of TouchWiz, as Samsung is currently testing the Grace UX. The new version surfaced online a week ago and the South Korean manufacturer has decided to take a strategic move and release the TouchWiz toNote 5 beta testers in South Korea. It seems that Samsung created the Project Grace program so that it could properly test the new UX.

The Grace UX was compared to the Galaxy S7 UI on a video posted on YouTube by XEETECHCARE. The Grace UX is expected to come to the Galaxy S7, but it’s unknown when Samsung will start rolling out the UX.

Samsung has unified the Action Memo or S Note into one app called Notes

The design overall seems to be the same, the lockscreen has the same icons and the overall look of the home screen doesn’t seem to have changed in Grace UX. Design changes are visible when it comes to icons, they were made more consistent and come with a discreet shade.

In addition, Samsung has unified the Action Memo or S Note into one application called simply Notes. Moreover, the blue light filter was added in the status bar toggles. It’s a night mode feature that allows users to adjust the opacity of the screen. Samsung added voice search in the quick setting area, so that users can find apps and information on their phones faster. Other minor changes are also visible in the Grace UX, including an update in the Settings UI.

Samsung’s Grace UX will be featured on the Galaxy Note 7, expected to launch on August 2.

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