Samsung test interface with optional app drawer on Galaxy smartphones

Jun

13

2016

Samsung users in China and South Korea sent a test interface for its Galaxy smartphones. The app drawer is no longer present in the new interface, although users can turn this one.

Samsung calls the interface ‘new discs UX, ” notes PlayFulDroid on. If there is no app drawer, are all the apps on homescreens, as is the case with Miui of Xiaomi, Huawei Emui and several other Android skins of mostly Chinese manufacturers. LG had the app drawer also omitted from the interface for its G5, but brought back with an update.

The interface differs significantly from that of the Galaxy S7 and S6 series. Icons have a rounded shape, File displays visual thumbnails and also the settings menu looks different. In addition, the text has more upper right way to the standard overflow button with three dots of Android. PlayFulDroid says that the interface will eventually come to all the latest high-end Galaxy phones. It is unknown whether that would only be done in China and South Korea or other countries. Up to now, Samsung pulled equal the interface worldwide.

The interface is part of the Galaxy Beta Program. It is not the first time that the manufacturer shows a different interface. Samsung presented this spring Good Lock , an alternative system interface for its high-end smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX
Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX
Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX
Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX
Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX
Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX
Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX
Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX
Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX
Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX
Samsung Galaxy Beta Program: New discs UX

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