Samsung One UI comes packed with Samsung One Font. Samsung One is a font which is custom designed by the Korean Giant and it’s used on its website, retail packaging and on software and hardware spread across several different product lines, including its TVs. The good news here is that now if you own a Samsung device running One UI 1.1 then you can enable Samsung One Font by following simple steps mentioned below.
Even though Samsung One font comes bundled with One UI 1.1 it’s not enabled by default. You have to perform some steps in order to enable Samsung One font. In this guide, we will tell you how to enable Samsung One on Galaxy S10. However, at this moment, you can enable this special font on Galaxy A30, Galaxy A50, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10e, and Galaxy S10+.
Enabling Samsung One font on Galaxy S10 is very easy and reverting back to another font is even easier. Therefore, if after switching to Samsung One Font you feel that it’s not suitable for you, you can revert back to the previous font with very ease.
Now, without any further ado, let’s see how to Enable Samsung One Font on Galaxy S10.
How to Enable Samsung One Font on Galaxy S10
- Open the ‘Settings’ app on your device.
- Tap on ‘Display’ in Settings.
- Here, Tap ‘Font size and style‘.
- Now, Tap on ‘Font Style’. From the list select ‘Samsung One’ to set it as the font for your device.
Once you select Samsung One typeface your Galaxy S10 will switch to it immediately. To revert, repeat Step 1 through Step 4, then select Default.