Galaxy S8 and S8+ now come with virtual on-screen navigation buttons, which have been a staple for many other Android phone makers for a good while, but are actually a first for Samsung and its flagship S line of handsets. Well, virtual is not entirely accurate, as Samsung does provide a pressure-sensitive lower midsection on the phones' screen where the home button kicks and screams when pressed harder, but we digress.The
There is one other way to mod and change the appearance of the new navbar that Samsung has anointed us simple users with - you can give it another hue, if a transparent or black strip annoys you to no end for no particular reason. Here's how:
1. Go to Settings > Display > Navigation Bar, or simply do a search for Navigation Bar;
2. From here, Samsung gives you a vast selection of background colors to choose from, as long as you enjoy pink, gray, black, white, brown or transparent strip. We kid, there is a color palette as well, from where you can chose anything to paint the navbar of your friend in their most despised hue.