The next-generation smartphone app icon is made simple by Samsung, adding three navigation buttons on the screen.
Samsung Smart Switch software unveiled the new interface that Samsung will use on the Galaxy S8. According to PhoneArena, it’s almost certain the product will run the new Android 7.0 Nougat operating system, with Korean company’s own enhancements.
TouchWiz interface that Samsung is using will be upgraded to Samsung Experience. This is appropriate when it comes to a simpler, lighter and more beautiful experience than the current interface. The icon set is completely refreshing with the main color and lines showing the logo.
Leaked images also reveal Samsung may default to the app drawer on the Galaxy S8. This means that all applications are installed on the device will be spread on the main screen, similar to the arrangement of iOS. The appearance of three touch buttons once again reinforce the information Galaxy S8 missed the familiar Home key.