To give you a truly stunning experience with Infinity display phones like the Galaxy Note 9, S9, and S8, Samsung added the option to hide the navigation bar when it's not in use. Then you can access them quickly with a swipe view. If you've always found this process a little too cumbersome, Samsung has introduced a handy feature in One UI that makes it more intuitive.
With the Android 9.0 Pie-based update, you now have the option to completely unmark the navigation buttons for new gestures. This completely eliminates the lower bar for even more screen space. The setting is a bit hidden, but still very easy to activate and getting used to.
To try the new feature, open the Settings app, tap Show, and choose Navigation Bar. on the following page. Tap on "Full Screen Gestures" to activate the feature and you're done.
Compared to the traditional navigation bar, the new gesture-based navigation tabs are far less intrusive and the controls themselves are a lot more fluid. You no longer need to swipe up to display the navigation bar, and then tap a button. Instead, you can now swipe up from the area where the buttons were previously: Swipe from the bottom left to open the multitasking interface, swipe from the center to go home, and swipe from bottom right to go back.  To enable Samsung's new swipe gestures on your Galaxy in a UI "width =" 480 "height =" 480 "style =" max-width: 532px; height: auto; "/>