A new report suggests that Samsung will introduce a new 64-bit compatible version of TouchWiz with the Galaxy S6. This essentially means that the smartphone will have redesigned version of the dialer, camera, messaging and gallery applications.
There have been indications in the past that Samsung would trim TouchWiz with the upcoming flagship, so this is consistent with that. Samsung has also claimed that it will make some of the core TouchWiz apps available for download separately, which should cut down the bloatware on the device to a great extent. The report comes from Poland which has been responsible for innumerable TouchWiz related leaks in the past.
Early reports of the Galaxy S6 UI have been very positive, although we’re yet to confirm that as the smartphone hasn’t gone public yet. The company will unveil the new flagship on the 1st of March right after HTC unveils its new flagship, the One M9. It is expected to be packing a 5.1 inch QHD display, a 20-megapixel camera, 3 or 4GB of RAM, 32/64/128GB of internal storage, Android 5.0 Lollipop and the company’s 64-bit octa core Exynos 7420 SoC.
Source: KomputerSwiat – Translated
Via: Phone Arena