The Android Pie-update rolls as of January for the Galaxy S9 and Note 9. The operating system is completely redesigned and easier for one-handed control.
Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Pie release in January 2019
The most attention was during the Samsung-ontwikkellaarsconferentie forward to the new foldable smartphone, but also the older phones will not be forgotten. The Galaxy S9, S9 Plus and Note 9 are as of January updated to Android 9.0 (Pie). Here goes a beta in advance, but the Netherlands will be skipped.
Samsung is quite late in updating its flagships, but here seems a good reason for it to have. One has developed a completely new interface: One ONION.
One UI: completely redesigned operating system
This replacement Samsung Experience (the previous TouchWiz) it must above all make it easier to smartphones with big, long scenes with one hand to control. The screen is in two pieces verd.
The buttons to go to the home screen or back a page to sit down here at the bottom of the screen, allowing you easier with your thumb. Apps, settings, and more, you can operate now from here.
For example, if you have a sms or WhatsApp to send the typevenster down so that you can easily the name of the recipient can be entered. Also the tabs to switch between calls and contacts can be found here. The call itself is above this ‘control panel’ is shown.
Also introduces One ONION a few functions that make you more sensible with your Samsung deal. The screen is after sunset, for example dark, which is more comfortable for your eyes. You can also change the color in which apps are shown to be personalize so that it is more to your taste.
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