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Bloatware on the Samsung Galaxy S6 can be removed by the users

Galaxy S6

Customers have always had one massive complaint with OEM devices and that is the addition of unnecessary bloatware. But Samsung seems to be on the path to change that as it will reportedly allow users to change or remove these apps entirely from the Galaxy S6. These include apps provided by the company itself.

This will go a long way in making the Galaxy S6 a much more user friendly device and will be a refreshing change of pace from what we’ve seen in the past from the company.

The revelation was made by an XDA user running a Galaxy S6 Edge. Since both the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge feature identical software, we’re bound to believe this will carry through across the Galaxy lineup.

The Galaxy S6 has already won the hearts of the fans and critics alike for introducing a new metal body, ditching the often criticized plastic exterior. The hardware inside is worthy of attention too, so the company has left no stone unturned in ensuring that the device will be a success in the markets.

Source: XDA

Via: Engadget

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