According to Business Korea, Samsung aims to par down and simplify the software features of the Galaxy S6, after customers and analysts have criticized the clunky TouchWiz for years.
Sources are suggesting that Samsung will continue the trend started with the Galaxy A series and offer theme support to all of its upcoming devices.
In a new video from Tom Rich, the powerful Galaxy S5 is placed against the Moto E in a few simple performance tests that seem illustrate stock Android’s speed over Touchwiz.
If you are one of the millions of people from around the world that will get an S5 in the next few weeks, you’ll probably want to know as much as possible about the phone’s software. In this post, we look at the biggest, most interesting new software features coming on the Galaxy S5.
The new Samsung Galaxy S5 isn’t only about hardware, Samsung has also tweaked the Touchwiz interface, it may not have all the changes that some users have been asking for, but there are some nice additions.
New screenshots of the UI that Samsung is supposedly exploring show a contextual card-based interface that resembles Google Now.
Screenshots of what’s claimed to be a new smartphone UI that Samsung is currently “exploring” have surfaced online. Will we see this new design in a product in the future?
Welcome friends, to the “Back to Basics” series where we’ll run a fine toothed comb over each and every aspect of Android so that you can make an educated decision on which Android device is for you. This week’s edition is all about the skins that go on top of your Android devices. Read on for all the details.
Custom interfaces are a contentious subject in the Android community, but Acer has outlined why it is committed to keeping its Android devices as pure as possible.
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