The Samsung Galaxy S6 rumour mill isn't dying anytime soon, as more details flying around the internet following the arrival in March 2015.
Apparently, rumours have it that the new flagship smartphone from Samsung will be featuring a clean looking TouchWiz UI. It's said that the new version will feature an improved UI, just like a user interface (UI) seen on the Nexus 6.
The published report out of Korea claims that the firm is planning to remove unpopular and unnecessary apps from the TouchWiz UI to "reduce the capacity of system memory." As per the new site, the necessary measures will notably improve its function by strengthening core features and eliminating unnecessary ones.
An industry source quoted as saying, "We are aiming to get rid of unnecessary functions and simplify our UI at the level of Google's Nexus 6."
This news comes in from a Korean source, and there is no way to confirm this for now, but there's no reason we can't speculate on what we hear from these unconfirmed reports.
Well, to be honest, the details are pretty scarce to say the least, but we'll know for sure in the coming weeks what Samsung is cooking behind its closed closets.
Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!