It has already been validated that Samsung’s Unpacked 2014 occasion will certainly happen at the opening of Mobile Globe Congress in a couple of weeks time, with the Oriental business having actually currently sent the invites recently. And while we have actually heard too much about the device itself, consisting of a current benchmark leakage that has all-but verified the presence of two quite different variations of the Galaxy S5 mobile phone, brand-new dripped media has actually given us a flavor of a significantly-revamped TouchWiz interface.
TouchWiz, like HTC’s Feeling, is a launcher applied by Samsung pre-market, bringing a range of extra apps and solutions otherwise not available with stock Android. Today, Samsung Tomorrow – – one of the Galaxy maker’s numerous official outlets – – has revealed off a brand-new TouchWiz icon set, with a famous theme of “5″ ″ throughout.
As a matter of fact, the content underneath the brand-new, minimalistic, rounded icons summarizes a specific motif or function to the power of five, and might recommend that Samsung is wanting to take key components like Rate, Enjoyable, Social, Style, Privacy, Health and fitness and Life and enhance them in unmatched fashion – – to the power of 5.
The blog site post over at Samsung Tomorrow was commonly booked concerning just what the hail of fives in fact represents, so we will have to stand by until the Unpacked event later on this month prior to we could collect specifically just what’s in store.
If these icons are anything to go by, though, we have actually much to look ahead to as much as TouchWiz is concerned. We have actually heard on various events that the UI is set for a bit of an overhaul this moment around, and with just 2 weeks now up until the big disclose, permit’s hope that we’re dealt with to a couple of more leaks before that time.
The Mobile World Congress is established to kick off on February 24th in Barcelona, competing a total of four days. We’re anticipating lots of rather substantial announcements, featuring Nokia’s initial Android smartphone, yet with the Galaxy S collection being the most well-liked of the high-end Android smartphones, we’re truly looking onward to seeing what Samsung has been keeping from us.