Buying a new Samsung smartphone can really be an exciting process, but the excitement is usually tempered by the realization that your new smartphone, dozens and dozens of unwanted applications that must keep life.
However, while Samsung is losing a lot of ground to Apple, the Korean giant is reportedly considering drastic measures to improve the user experience of its devices in the coming years. Moreover, the firm could take a few steps with TouchWiz on the Galaxy S6.
Samsung has started this process with the Galaxy S5, but the Galaxy S6 will further move closer to the pure Android experience than any smartphone from Samsung.
The company may even ogle on smartphones and Google Nexus tablets as “model”, for how to reduce the Android experience.
Now optional applications
Some users will certainly benefit applications and settings that are pre-loaded on Samsung smartphones. So that they will probably always be available for download, they should nevertheless be natively absent.
The most popular applications of TouchWiz, as S Health, are likely to remain on the device, but overall the experience will be alleviated.
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S and Galaxy S6 Edge at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next March. If the Galaxy S6 also expected to experience many changes that distinguish it from the iterations of previous years, its technical specifications will also be impressive. The smartphone should have a metallic and glassy chassis, a Super AMOLED display with a Quad HD resolution, 3GB or 4GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, and 16 megapixel photo sensor or 20 megapixel in rear. Unfortunately, recent information indicates that the smartphone will be without the Snapdragon 810 in favor of one’s own Exynos chips from Samsung.