Latest Samsung Gallery update adds a new Drawer UI for Galaxy tablets

Samsung is rolling out a brand new replace to its Gallery app. It’s not a large replace, but it surely does deliver alongside a helpful change for pill customers: a brand new Drawer UI. The brand new UI is optimized for tablets and strikes all further choices to the sidebar, releasing up worthwhile actual display property.

With the newest replace, choices similar to Strategies, Favorites, Tales, Places, and Trash now seem below a hamburger menu on the left aspect. They’re hidden by default (by way of SamMobile) and solely present up while you swipe from the left edge or faucet on the hamburger menu. SamMobile notes that this new interface works in commonplace mode in addition to the DeX mode.

Aside from the Drawer UI, the newest replace additionally provides a full-screen scrolling characteristic. This characteristic is unique to telephones and hides the standing bar and the navigation buttons while you scroll by your gallery for a extra immersive visible expertise. Full-screen scrolling is disabled default, however you’ll be able to flip it on from the Gallery settings. Lastly, the brand new replace provides “a tip card to information customers when downloading Samsung Cloud contents.”

These modifications come as a part of the Gallery app v12.1.07.5. The newest replace is rolling out on the Google Play Retailer and Galaxy Retailer. Observe the Play Retailer hyperlink under to seize the newest model.

Samsung just lately refreshed its Galaxy Tab lineup with two new tablets: the Galaxy Tab S7 FE and Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. The Galaxy Tab S7 FE presents a large 12.2-inch show, a Snapdragon 750G SoC, 4GB/6GB RAM, an 8MP rear digital camera, and S-Pen help. The Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, however, is an entry-level providing, packing an 8.7-inch show, a MediaTek Helio P22T SoC, 3GB RAM, twin audio system, and a 5,100mAh battery.


Featured picture: Galaxy Tab S7

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