With the update to Android 9 Pie, Samsung unleashed a new custom user interface called One UI that brought with it some big changes to Samsung's Android skin. Now a new leak claims to give us an early peek at what Samsung is doing with Android 10.
A new video claims to show off Samsung's One UI 2.0 running on top of Android 10. The software shown in the video from YouTuber Dudu Rocha (via XDA-Developers) is a leaked developer build and shows a few notable changes from the Android 9 Pie-based One UI that's currently available.
Included in One UI 2.0 are the new navigation gestures that Google is adding to Android 10, like swiping from the left or right side to go back or swiping up from the bottom to go home. Samsung has updated its Quick Settings tiles, too, moving the large clock and date found in One UI 1.0 up to the top of the screen and making room for more Quick Settings tiles.
Diving into the Settings app, we see that there are new "Local" and "Privacy" sections. While the video doesn't show these sections off, it's possible that they're meant to give you more control over your permissions and location settings.
Finally, some features found in the Galaxy Note 10 are making their way to the Galaxy S10 with the update to One UI 2.0. These include a Link to Windows feature that Samsung made with Microsoft as well as native screen recording.
There's no word on when Samsung might release this One UI 2.0 update, but we're probably still a ways out from the launch. Google hasn't even released its final Android 10 update to the public yet, and even when it does, Samsung will probably take at least a month or two to beta test its One UI 2.0 update before unleashing it to consumers.