Samsung experience UI on Galaxy S8 to be much richer than that of Galaxy S7


The latest information from China suggests that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 will feature enriched user experience with plenty of changes. According to the information, the UX on Galaxy S8 will include significant changes and improvements over the Nougat UX on the current S7 devices.

Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy S8 in the coming months, with the rumored release date set in March. The smartphone would obviously feature Nougat, but it seems like the company has also tweaked the UX. This is most likely to accommodate the new AI assistant called Bixby and the absence of a Home button.

UX stands for User Experience, which means that the Galaxy S8 would have better features to make things easier and faster to use by the owner. And that’s a good thing. Samsung has changed the UI a lot in the Galaxy S7 and the Note 7. Now it’s time for something more advanced with the S8.

Yes, there have been several rumors about the Galaxy S8 losing the Home button. Apart from touch navigation keys on the screen, users could also have access to gesture controls and what not. There could be new shortcuts, menus, and other features as part of the UX.

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