Samsung New UI for Galaxy S5 Leaks Online

By Vivek

    It's not only Nokia's Android flavored Normandy that the most trusted leakster, @evleaks has shown us recently, but the same person has also released a number of screenshots of the new Samsung User Interface at the same social networking platform.

    Supposedly meant for the upcoming flagship smartphone Galaxy S5 which has been on the rumors for quite some time now, the South Korean smartphone manufacturer seems to be working hard on the new looks of the UI.

     

    Moreover, one can easily say that the company would surely use a new interface for this years flagship devices. Thus it could be trying out with more User Interfaces. Also it will be considered as a positive move if the company changes the long time used User Interface that are being used by Galaxy series of Smartphones.

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    Samsung New UI for Galaxy S5 Leaks Online

    Looking at the leaked interface, it seems Samsung is taking lessons from HTC's Blinkfeed feature. However, even with the changed UI the company has not gotten rid of the 5 apps lined up at the bottom of the screen.

    There is a change in the lock-screen design and this surely hints that the maker of the Galaxy Note 3 will bring some major updates to the TouchWiz UI. .

    The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 is so far rumored to come with (unknown size) QHD display, Samsung's very own and latest Exynos processor, 3GB of RAM, 16MP rear camera, Android 4.4 and would be available in 32GB and 64GB variant.

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