With its release of Android Pie, Samsung's flagships, such as the Galaxy S9, provide a much-needed update to keep them competitive against rivals like Google Pixel 3 and OnePlus 6T. To distinguish it from other Android platforms, Samsung Experience has received a major facelift called the "One UI".
The update has not yet been officially launched, but a leaked beta build allowed us to try it out Some of Samsung's new features in Android 9.0.
One of the most obvious changes is a redesigned notification panel on the galaxy's lock screen that now offers rounded corners for a somewhat hovering appearance. This redesign also fits the rounded corners of the Galaxy S9, Note 9, and the upcoming Galaxy S1
The normal notification area, which is displayed when the phone is unlocked, also received the rounded corner treatment while maintaining the same basic layout found in Android 8 Oreo for familiarity.
Android Oreo gave Galaxy owners the option of transparency set the notification background to make it easier to understand. This has affected Pie. However, access to this setting is slightly different because the lock screen and security options have now been split into separate sections.
If you want to set the transparency of your notifications, go to the Settings main page and select "Lock Screen" App, then tap "Notifications" on the following page.
notification page, adjust the transparency the lock notification panel by dragging the "Transparency" bar until you get the effect you want in the preview window, or by tapping the toggle button inside the "Auto-reverse text color" option to change the text based on transparency and transparency Change background brightness automatically from light to dark or vice versa.