Samsung's version of Android Pie is ready to be released soon, but we know what to expect due to leaked beta versions of the Galaxy S9 and S9 + software. Fortunately, the experience of Android Pie's first-hand service has only served to pique our curiosity what Samsung has on the market for their smartphones ahead.
Perhaps the most important change to bring Android 9.0 for Galaxy devices is a complete redesign of Samsung Experience (former TouchWiz), which carries a cleaner, more modern look as evidenced by revised home screen icons. Samsung Messages also got a new look with the major software update, but virtually maintains its interface intact to maintain user friendliness and familiarity.
When you opened the Samsung Messages app, you immediately notice that the Options tab containing "Conversations" and "Contacts" has moved to the bottom for easier reach, which many users will welcome in view of the large screens associated with the Galaxy- units. In addition, the message section has cut its boxed layout and rounded its corners for better aesthetics.
The page for the conversation page has largely remained the same The biggest difference is to remove the boundaries from the recipient's chat boxes and the color of the contact's avatar (if no photo is assigned). In addition, the message field has been colored and expanded to house options as buttons for shipping and sticker.
Since it's a built-in app, Samsung Messages has also become The Night Theme Process, which is now delivered as standard with Android Pie. The new dark theme not only consumes less battery due to a black background, it gives the app an extremely instantaneous appearance that makes the lighter colored chat boxes and different colored icons really show up.
More information: Enable Samsung's new dark theme on your galaxy in Android Pie