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It looks like Samsung is not only bringing the new Galaxy flagship smartphone this year in the market with some new hardware technologies and obvious software tweaks. Moreover, a host of new high end specs and features would surely be seen in the Galaxy S5 as it is consistently being hyped over the past few months over the internet. Among others, this time the company's latest TouchWiz UI has come up attracting more fans to it.
Earlier this month some of the screenshots of the same UI version from Samsung was leaked online by the most trusted Twitter user @evleaks. Yet again, the same leakster has revealed a couple of more screenshots of the new TouchWiz UI. Rumors are that this version of the User Interface will be seen featuring in the Galaxy S5 smartphone which is also said to come with a 2K display resolution.
The screenshot this time shows a new tiled like UI format. Similar to the older leak that showed to the UI this one also shows a slight resemblance to the HTC's BlinkFeed functionality. Also it looked like a Windows Phone Live Tiles clone.
However, this time the UI comes with a colorful, informative cards which also include a contextual and useful information similar to Android's Google Now. The cards function include adding your current location, home automation, fitness tracking, food orders, biking/cycling information, sports scores, flight information, delivery updates, event reminders, and much more.
If all things turn out to materialize, with the launch of the Galaxy S5 device we will get to see a host of new features and functions.