THE Samsung has not yet announced plans to upgrade its phones to the Android 10, but it looks like she’s already working on it: Brazilian youtuber Dudu Rocha demonstrated a previous version of the interface One UI 2.0 with news on gesture navigation and Galaxy Note 10 features – like the screen recorder – appearing on the Galaxy S10 +.
The navigation gestures One UI 2.0 are the same as Google prepared for Android 10. That is, you return to the previous screen by sliding from the sides to the center of the screen; it can be on either side. And to go to the home screen, just swipe up from the bottom edge, in a thin bar similar to the one on the iPhone X.
At quick settings gained an extra line of icons in expanded mode, and the clock size (with date and time) decreased. Screen usage increased, but it became a little more difficult to reach the icons at the top.
Galaxy S9 + with Android 9 Pie and One UI 1.0, and Galaxy S10 + with Android 10 and One UI 2.0:
Android 10 brings Galaxy Note 10 features to the S10
The Galaxy S10 + with Android 10 has a native screen recorder it’s the “Link to Windows”, which allows you to receive notifications and messages from your cell phone on your PC – these are features already present in the Galaxy Note 10. And now there are the options “Media” and “Devices” in the quick settings for easier access to connected devices, without having to enter the menu Bluetooth.
Samsung reorganized the settings menu, with some options moving around. There are also new location and privacy adjustments that Google has created for Android 10: for example, you can only allow an app to access your location when it is active.
It will be possible to place a floating button on the lock screen: you touch it and slide your finger up to the desired shortcut, unlocking the device and opening the corresponding app. And the assistant Bixby will win a space on Always On Display.
Max Weinbach, from XDA Developers, says this appears to be a legitimate version of Android 10 with One UI 2.0. “I used a lot of Samsung builds for developers when the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9 leaked online; something they all had in common was a notification from SecurityLogAgent, which always appeared and could not be disabled. ” In Dudu Rocha’s video, you can see this same notification.
Samsung could announce One UI 2.0 at the next Developer Conference, scheduled to take place in late October in San Francisco.
The shortcuts “Media” and “Devices” in the quick settings:
The new bottom bar to go to the home screen:
Samsung Galaxy S10 + runs Android 10 with One UI 2.0:
The full video:
With information: XDA Developers.