Change the Navigation Type on your Samsung Galaxy S10

Samsung Galaxy S10 might indeed come with the conventional navigation bar at the bottom, but where the joy in that? It’s 2019, and the solid navigation bar seems to stealthe dynamic look of the phone. The good news is that this phone provides navigational gestures. And we all know that they look so good and let you enjoy that screen space offered by the hansdet in the first place.

Therefore, using Gestures removes the Navigation Bar from the bottom of the screen of Samsung Galaxy devices and requires swiping up from the bottom of the screen to action the Recents, Home and Back buttons. You might think that it is a little tricky to get used to, and I don’t say that you are making any mistake by thinking of that.

However, this also means you get 100% of the Infinity display to use rather than having the bottom of the screen taken up by the Navigation Bar. Isn’t it better this way?

This looks great when you’re watching videos or playing games. And it’s also great for reading and using split screen to view two apps at once.

To switch to this mode, you must simply follow the steps below. Let me be your guide:

Change the Navigation Type on your Samsung Galaxy S10:

  1. First of all, you have to open the Settings app;
  2. While here, select the Display option;
  3. Then, find the way into Navigation bar;
  4. Here you must select Full screen display. From now on, swipe up from the left corner to pull up the Overview Selection and swipe up from the bottom-right corner to go back;
  5. In the end, to go Home, swipe up from the middle of the screen.

Have you completed the procedure? I hope you enjoy your Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone with all One UI features and improvements.

And do not forget to tell us which you Navigation Type you prefer and why. I know what I like, but I am sure that not all of you think the same.

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