Samsung this week introduced the Galaxy S8, the next generation of the Galaxy S line that is soon to hit North American retailers.
Available in two versions: Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 +, with 5.8 inches and 6.2 inches respectively, the models feature ‘infinite display’ and borderless and button-free design.
Following the experience of previous versions of the device, Samsung chose to maintain the order of the navigation buttons on the Galaxy S8: recent, home and back (from left to right).
For those interested in migrating the Galaxy S8 from other devices, mainly coming from devices with pure Android (or almost pure), the order of the buttons can be somewhat uncomfortable.
According to our colleagues at 9to5Google, the buttons on the new Samsunng device can be changed to the original Android order.
«Within the screen settings, users can choose between two button layouts,» published the blog.