With all the things you can do with your Galaxy, you can easily forget that it is still a phone in heart and soul, and incoming calls that take over your entire screen serve as a rough reminder of this fact. Fortunately, Samsung handsets such as the S10 and Note 10 have a built-in setting that minimizes these interruptions.
Since the first version of One UI (Android 9), Samsung has an option that allows you to receive incoming calls as a less intrusive pop-up card instead of taking over the entire screen. If this is enabled, incoming calls will no longer be completely closed off from what you were doing, so it is considerably easier to continue where you left off once you accept or reject the call.
Stopping incoming calls from hijacking your screen
Simply open the Phone app to start and then press the button with the three dots in the top right corner and select "Settings" from the menu. From there, tap "Call display while using apps" and select "Pop-up" on the next page.
If you do not want the phone app to go to full screen appears when you answer a call, enable or disable "Keep calls in pop-up". If you press One user interface 2, you can further change the size of the calling card if you find the standard size too large. To do this, simply choose "Mini-pop-up" in the "Call view while using apps" page highlighted above.
Now calls will simply appear as a heads-up message with simple "Reply" and "Reject" "buttons in the popup. It does cut a little in your screen, but it is so much less intrusive then the call interface in full screen!
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