Samsung’s New Theme : Experience 10 Inspired By Android Pie

We know that on the basis of Android 9 Pie, Samsung Experience 10 is in work. We recently got our hands on the very early production of Snapdragon Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 +, and we are hoping to get an official beta program before the end of the year. Samsung’s version of Android pie looks very different from what is used on the Samsung Experience 9X on the basis of Android Oreo. In the upcoming Samsung Experience 10 there are many corner corners between the spherical corners and several UI changes between the other UIs. If you dig the look, you will not have to wait until the Android pie rollout to get it. In fact, if you have the Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S8 on Android 8.0 Oreo, you can get it now with the theme.

Obviously, every aspect of the latest recurrence of the Samsung Experience 10 can be recreated because there is no available with a simple theme. The stock Android pi Android is already originally and functionally different from Oreo, and the Samsung Experience 10 takes those new changes even further and adds some of their own changes. But to be worth it, the theme is very good at simulating the Android pie look on Samsung phones. If you are interested in seeing what looks like the latest version of Samsung’s software, then we have a detailed article-along with an intensive video that you should see.

Topics bring rounded corners for notifications, new navigation bar designs, and much more, so if you are doing Samsung with Android 9pie, then it is perfectly worth the shot. There are some bugs in this, especially lack of full Android nugget support (this is optimized for Android 8.0 Oreo, especially on Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S9) and lack of spherical corners for notifications on Android 8.1 OREO is. You can download the theme from our forums below.

How to install

  1. Open the Theme Store app and apply the default theme.
  2. Download and install the theme APK from the above link.
  3. Open the Theme Store app via the Wallpapers and Themes section in Settings.
  4. You should see the new Samsung Experience 10 theme here. Apply the trial and then restart your phone. Even though it says it’s a trial, it’s actually the full theme.

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