Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra screenSource: Apoorva Bhardwaj / Android Central

There's a lot you can do with the Galaxy Note 20, especially thanks to the One UI 2.5 software that's available on the phone. One UI 2.5 looks and feels a lot like past iterations of the software, with one of the biggest differences being that you can now use gesture navigation with third-party launchers.

That's kind of a big deal, as third-party launchers often offer more features and settings to play around with compared to the stock one that Samsung uses for One UI. Looking through the AC forums, a lot of our members have already jumped aboard the third-party bandwagon.

sweetypie31
sweetypie31

Nova. I tried to use One UI, but that lasted about 2.5 seconds before I went back to Nova. No matter how much better One UI is than TouchWiz, it's the little things that drive me back to Nova. Lol

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mustang7757
mustang7757

Nova only other launcher i use besides stock

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bhatech
bhatech

Nova, Microsoft launcher and One UI launcher. Try to switch between all three often just for change.

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LuckiestLiz
LuckiestLiz

Nova Prime, I quickly remembered how many features aren't available on OneUI and just couldn't do it.

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