Samsung's new user interface, called One UI, represents one of the most significant changes the South Korean manufacturer has implemented to its software in recent months. We were especially excited about this change from Samsung Experience, so we decided to reveal the best features to help you get the most out of it.
With a cleaner and more minimalist design, the One user interface was primarily designed for one-handed smartphone operation, in order to more easily reach previously seemingly distant menu items. However, there are many other features to discover and some of them are hidden behind some sub-menus. Let's see together which ones are the most interesting.
Activate gestures for full screen navigation
The navigation gestures within the user interface are one of the main features of Android Pie. Many manufacturers have adopted this type of navigation following Google's example, while others (such as Samsung, in fact) have decided to develop their own version.
The main feature of the gestures is the total elimination of the navigation bar, adding more space to be used on the smartphone screen. To activate the gestures on your Galaxy you just have to follow these steps: