Google Reported To Be Aiding Samsung In Refining Its TouchWiz Interface
Samsung might have greatly improved upon optimizing its TouchWiz interface for its Galaxy S6 lineup of smartphones, but it has a long way to go before its interface is regarded as acceptable. Luckily for the company, it has some reinforcements coming in.
Google Has Been Rumored To Help Samsung Fine Tune Its TouchWiz Interface
Currently, a pure Android experience is the perfect one if you want to enjoy the best of what Google’s mobile platform has to offer. Now the most surprising thing is why Android smartphone manufacturers don’t take strides in making sure that their interface comes close to that of the interface running in Nexus mobile devices. Perhaps it is just a way for companies to remind you that you are using their product, but unnecessarily filling up the storage with bloatware that cannot be removed (with rooting your smartphone) is just asking for a barrage of criticisms.
The latest report suggests that Google is going to come to the aid of Samsung in optimizing its TouchWiz interface. Sure, there are some real nifty features present in the high-end devices belonging to the South Korean tech company but all of them are of no use if system resources cannot be managed properly. One primary concern coming from majority of Samsung users is that despite the fact that the company’s smartphones are packing as much RAM as an entry level laptop (4GB of RAM), memory management issues continue to plague thousands of users.
One reason why Google is lending out a helping hand to Samsung is because the latter is the largest Android smartphone manufacturer in the world right now and the plummeting of its sales will also mean that the advertising giant will be unable to earn sufficient revenue from licensing its software to the Galaxy handset manufacturer. Samsung Galaxy S7 is going to be the company’s upcoming flagship smartphone, so let us hope that the company is able to reduce the resource consumption metric of the device otherwise, it will just be another case of Déjà vu.
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