Android Pie finally managed to sign Galaxy devices like the Note 9, S9 and S8. As you all know, Samsung Experience has been redesigned and renamed One UI, resulting in many aesthetic changes to many of its native apps.
In particular, the App Phone has a completely new layout on Pie-based One UI. First, the various tabs were moved to the bottom of the screen for easier accessibility. Now you do not have to reach up to tap New, Contacts, or Places. Instead, you can just tap one of the options without having to adjust your grip.
In addition, TouchWiz on Android Pie has repealed the floating keyboard key and added it as a new option Moving added "Options" tab at the bottom of the screen for a cleaner interface. This is an ingenious move from Samsung as it enhances the user experience of transitioning from devices like the iPhone to the Galaxy smartphone.
To make the phone app a little more vivid, Samsung also added some color to the contact page, and added a color combination to the letter icons next to each contact (which has no photo assigned to it) to make it easier to pick on the go. The alphabetic groupings have also been divided into their own boxes to simplify sorting.
It's also worth noting Unlike Oreo, the colored icon or image is yours Contact is also displayed in the outgoing, incoming and incoming call interface of the phone app.
As a native Samsung application, the phone app has also received the night treatment which is included in Android Pie by default. When Dark mode is turned on, the app turns into a beautiful interface that consists of a battery-efficient black background with gray and white accents, as shown in the screenshots below.
As good as the improvements Samsung made on the phone app It's just the tip of the iceberg. There are many features that have attracted a lot of attention with the introduction of Android Pie. So check back often if we reach them individually. In the meantime, share your thoughts on the revised phone app that can be found in the One interface by posting below.