TouchWiz To Be VASTLY Simplified And Improved On The Samsung Galaxy S6

Ramish Zafar
Posted 2 years ago

Samsung’s upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 flagship has been a constant source of speculation, leaks and rumors over the past month or so. And we expect this to continue until the device gets launched by the Korean manufacturer. While we’ve seen word pop about the Samsung Galaxy S6‘s specifications and what not, little news has surfaced about Samsung’s plans about its TouchWiz UI on the Samsung Galaxy S6. While the design and build of the device is expected to get a major overhaul, with theSamsung Galaxy S6 project getting dubbed Project Zero, TouchWiz on the Samsung Galaxy S6 was thought to remain largely unchanged, with perhaps minor tweaks on board.

TW-5TouchWiz On The Samsung Galaxy S6 To Get Vastly Simplified Claims Source

BusinessKorea claims that in addition to the design and build of the Samsung Galaxy S6, the company is also going to introduce a vastly simplified TouchWiz alongside the device in order to improve its functionality and greatly improve things. TouchWiz has been a thorn in the side of many Samsung users as the Korean giant’s interface slows devices down and hampers performance regardless of whatever the hardware capabilities of the device in question may be.


“We are aiming to get rid of unnecessary functions and simplify our UI at the level of Google’s Nexus 6.” said the source. If true, then this could mean a very simplified interface on the Samsung Galaxy S6, that would end up not only improving the performance of the device but also free up considerable storage space on the device. We’ll find out soon enough anyways, since now after CES, the Korean giant is expected to officially introduce the Samsung Galaxy S6 at this year’s MWC due to be held in Barcelona. Like the idea of a simplified TouchWiz on the Samsung Galaxy S6? Let us know what you think in the comments section. We for one would be in favor for such a change.

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