After rebranding Android Q as Android 10, we have some leaks about the Android 10 implementation on Samsung devices. The One UI 2.0 will come with Android 10. And there will have too many changes onboard than the One UI 1.0.
The One UI 2.0 brings the Android 10, which is obvious and has those navigation gestures and some other changes. This is the first leak about the new Android 10 OS on Samsung devices.
First and the important thing, the navigation. Yes, Google has asked OEMs to strictly follow the guidelines of the navigation around the system. This states that the OEMs who will distribute the Android 10 OS as an update or the first OS, must give the single bar navigation on the device. But then OEMs are also allowed to give their own navigation gestures.
Samsung has done the same. After implementing what Google has asked for, they also implemented their own swipe gesture around the OS. This swipe gesture makes it easier to navigate and makes the larger displays easy to handle.
Also, you will get system-wide screen recording as well, which makes it pretty much handy, when you want to record your gameplay of PUBG Mobile or COD: Mobile.
Although there aren’t many visual changes, considering it to be the first build of One UI 2.0, we can say it may change the visually overtime before release.
And guess what, after a certain time S10 users and others will be able to sign up for beta testing.
Well, the details of the OS and the Beta test might be revealed in the upcoming Samsung Developer Conference this year.
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