The current mobile market leader is already preparing the next major version of its interface or UI. It will therefore be based on Google's new Android Pie 9.0 and will be called Samsung Experience 10.0. It is expected to reach the Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9 + first.
However, for the moment we have no forecast for the beginning of the distribution of this important new version. Still, we already have several screenshots that show us the sleek look of this new UI for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and other branded terminals.
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Firstly, South Korean technology is historically one of the slowest manufacturers to upgrade their terminals. Therefore, it may be months before the first smartphones begin to be updated. This is clear unless the company surprises us this year.
Either way, the new Samsung Experience 10.0 will be based on Android Pie 9.0 and its simplicity. Therefore we can see that all aspects of this user interface or simply UI. Following this we can see next the news.
Samsung Experience 10.0 is based on Android Pie 9.0
Secondly, the images that we can see next were released by the portal XDA Developers, being a trial version. What's more, this is an initial build intended only for the Samsung Galaxy S9 so it is still far from stable or complete. Still the screenshots already show us serious changes to the traditional look of this brand's interface. See the gallery:
Although we are here looking at a very early and basic version of Samsung Experience 10.0 we can see radical changes. Not only is the overall look simpler, now based on Android Pie, it also looks more intuitive.
Samsung Experience 10.0 is being tested on the Galaxy S9
In this regard, the numerous floating windows, the rounded corners of virtually all windows and the simplification of the UI should be highlighted. We have several control buttons or switches and more controls well organized for the user.
Third and very illustrative of Android Pie, we have a new lock screen with new fonts as well as new outlines. Everything here is lighter and simpler, something that should appeal to the vast majority of brand users.
In short, we have a new card system running through the entire Samsung Experience 10.0 interface. All elements seem more organized as well as less intrusive to the user.
Color will be a new organizing element for the various menus and buttons as well as shapes. Therefore these are now all well rounded. In this sense we have here an interface with some radical changes compared to previous versions.
As a last note, for now we have no indication of the possible availability of Beta versions to the public. However, as soon as such information becomes available they will naturally be the first to know.
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