Samsung is hard at work on the Samsung Experience 10 interface, which is — of course — built on top of the latest Android 9 Pie. As we know, Sammy is gearing up to launch a public beta
to willing participants in the USA, UK, and South Korea. However, a small number of powerusers have been invited to a closed beta cycle and gotten a taste of Pie well ahead of others.
Of course, passionate fans will want to share
all the juicy new bits with fellow enthusiasts. So, some screenshots of the new Android Pie Samsung Experience have been leaked
here and there a few times now. This latest batch was sent to Android Central, who then put the screenshots on an actual Galaxy S9+
device to create a mockup of how the phone would actually look with the new interface. Well, here it is:
As we can see, Samsung is transitioning into this soft corner-style interface, where everything looks like it's a card and not an overlay. The Settings menu has been redesigned again to create better separation between item groups.
It's also worth noting that Samsung is switching the position of tabs within its proprietary apps. This is, of course, because displays have gotten incredibly tall over the past couple of years. Now, it's much more ergonomic to have all your interactive content at the bottom of the screen, where your thumb usually is.