Android 9 Pie-based Samsung Experience 10 leaks out; big UI changes revealed

Despite being a leading smartphone manufacturer, Samsung is always one of the slowest brands in software updates. However, thanks to the new leak, it became clear that the company is now preparing for the next update, Samsung Experience 10. Before getting excited, the version of the issue is targeted at Galaxy S9 + yet it is an early development based on Android 9 Pie so there is no amazing bug or contradiction. However, in the software version screenshot, you can see the summary of the contents of the pipeline.
Korean giants refine their overall appearance a bit by updating the font from the lock screen and moving the date and time in the center of the screen. In addition, the previous quick app icon has been deleted, and instead there is a simple color strip below the name of the application. When the smartphone is opened, the obvious and most obvious difference is that the buttons on the screen have been changed. This is much easier, but you can disable the gesture based user interface. In either case, when opening the preview menu, recent applications are now displayed horizontally rather than vertically. In addition, I added a dock to the bottom

Elsewhere in the user interface, Samsung has changed the notification panel by introducing a new card style user interface with curved edges that complement the latest quick setting section. Regardless of all of this, the company eventually introduced a dark theme in the user interface, as shown in the screenshot. As for application updates, important changes have been made to Dialer, Messages, Gallery, Mail, Bixby applications. Another updated application is the camera application.

Overall, Samsung's next major software update is expected to have some fundamental change in overall experience. Based on Google making so many changes so quickly, the benefits of Google Treble seem to be working. New updates need to start faster than usual.

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