Samsung's version of Android Pie has landed on Galaxy phones like the Note 9, S9 and S8, although we knew a few months ago what to expect with beta versions of the software. The newly named One user interface has many new features and enhancements, and some of the first ones you might notice are the visual enhancements to the default messaging app.
The completely redesigned firmware stands out from previous iterations and is cleaner, more up-to-date in design, as evidenced by redesigned splash screen icons. Samsung Messages has been redesigned with the major software update, but the user interface has been largely retained for ease of use and familiarity.
When you open the Samsung Messages app, you will immediately notice that the Options tab labeled Conversations is displayed. and "Contacts" has been moved down for better accessibility, which many users will appreciate in view of the large displays associated with Galaxy devices. In addition, the message overview section has broken its box-shaped layout and rounded the corners for better aesthetics. The page of the conversation page itself has largely remained the same, with the biggest difference being removing the frames from the recipient's chat boxes and coloring the contact's avatar (if no photo is assigned). In addition, the message box has been colored and extended with options such as the submit and sticker buttons.
Because it's a native app, Samsung Messages has also received the Night Theme method now belongs to the standard of Android Pie. Thanks to its black background, the new dark theme not only consumes less battery, but also gives the app itself an extremely eye-catching appearance, which really highlights the lighter chat boxes and the various colored icons.