With Android 10, Google is pushing gestures as the standard way of navigation. The latest Pixel phones come with gestures enabled out of the box instead of Android’s traditional navigation buttons, and Google has mandated that its navigation gestures be a part of every Android device that’s launched with — or updated to — Android 10.However, Google isn’t stopping manufacturers from offering their own navigation gestures on their devices, which means users aren’t limited to using just stock Android 10 gestures and have multiple options. That’s true for owners of Galaxy devices as well. On Android 10, they can use the new Android gestures or the ones from Samsung that have been a part of Galaxy devices since Android Pie came out.The two gesture systems couldn’t be more different in how they work. Android 10’s gestures are like the iPhone’s – you swipe up from the bottom of the display to go to the home screen, swipe up and hold for switching between apps, and swipe in from the right and left edge to go back. Samsung, meanwhile, simply puts gestures in place of the standard navigation buttons, so you swipe up where the home, recent apps, and back buttons would be for performing those actions.Samsung’s gestures are simpler, and they’re also easier to get used to compared to Android 10’s stock gestures. But, at the end of the day, the choice is up to you, and here’s what we want to know: Which of the two gesture systems are you using on the One UI 2.0 beta on your Galaxy S10 or Galaxy Note 10 and why?Vote in the poll below, then take to the comments section to discuss your thoughts in detail!Samsung or Google gestures: What’s your pick on One UI 2.0?
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