Samsung Galaxy S6 screenshots leak, show cleaner TouchWiz UI

Samsung logoSamsung will be unveiling the Galaxy S6 towards the end of the weekend in Barcelona. The phone is expected to be the answer to the needs and wants of Samsung fans everywhere.

Most importantly, the rumor mill has repeatedly claimed that with the Galaxy S6 Samsung will finally trim down the overly-cluttered TouchWiz interface users have had to learn to live with after buying one of Sammy's phones.

Even if a lot of information related to the Galaxy S6 has surfaced online, we didn't have the chance to take a sneak peek at what the cleaned-up TouchWiz interface looked like.

Well, luckily for us, the folks at xda-developers have leaked a bunch of screenshots showcasing some apps that will come pre-installed on the Galaxy S6.

S Note Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy S6 screenshots leak, show cleaner TouchWiz UI

And as you can see for yourself, TouchWiz looks a lot more airy, with less toggles, options and menus popping up everywhere you turn.

The images also indicate Samsung has chosen to be bold here and go all the way out by implementing daring colors (in the Material Design fashion) into the interface.

Some of the apps you’re given a glimpse of in the gallery include Kids Mode and Sammy’s S Note app which has escaped axing after Microsoft’s apps were rumored to take the place of Samsung’s own.

Source: Softpedia

Tags: Galaxy S6, Samsung, smartphones

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