For many years, widgets were something of an exclusive feature in Android, but now things are changing as many other operating systems have made the move. And now many companies whose phones are based on Android are now copying Apple’s iOS widgets in their OS skins.
If we talk about the biggest phone market based on Android, then Samsung comes out on top. Although Samsung always teases Apple, it never knows how to become like that. Recently, Samsung launched One UI 5.1, but its battery status widgets are very similar to Apple’s iOS.
Seeing Apple, Google introduced a battery widget for Android. This widget provides information about the battery of the smartphone, as well as information about connected accessories such as headphones.
Samsung OneUI 5.1 vs Apple iOS 16 – Battery Status Widget pic.twitter.com/hNEVvBi8Cw
— TechDroider (@techdroider) February 3, 2023