Source: Hayato Huseman / Android Central

Samsung earlier this year launched the Galaxy S21 with ‘native’ Google Messages integration and a new One UI-inspired design. It’s part of Google’s push to expand RCS (Google’s Chat service), and reposition Messages as an iMessage replacement on its most popular partner. Now, Google is redesigning the Messages app even more, making the home screen of Messages look a lot more like a One UI app (via XDA Developers. You’ll get the large bold text header with all interactive parts of the app being positioned a little bit below that and within thumb’s reach.

Google Messages One Ui

Source: Reddit

The update is rolling out worldwide to Galaxy S21 users (and only those, so far). It’s not yet known whether Google and Samsung will roll this out to more of Samsung’s cheapest phones like the A52 and A72. If Samsung is going to keep it on its flagship phone, however, then we can…

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