Furthermore, you now have a dedicated button at the top of the Device care screen in which you can view various tips for keeping your device optimized. On One UI 1.x, there is no dedicated tips section – you simply see a new tip at the top of the main Device care screen every time you open it.
If you use the Always On Display style that lets you add multiple time zones to the AOD screen, One UI 2.0 now shows each time zone in a vertical list. On One UI 1.x, each row shows you two time zones in a bigger font, leaving less space for adding multiple clocks compared to what is possible on One UI 2.0.
On One UI 2.0, if you have your device secured with your fingerprint and open Secure Folder, you will get a direct dialog for fingerprint recognition at the bottom of the screen, and you can go to the password/PIN/pattern recognition screen using the button below the fingerprint icon. One UI 1.x takes you a new screen as soon as you tap the Secure Folder shortcut.