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Samsung To Eliminate Bloatware In Galaxy S6


As the world reaches closer and closer to Samsung’s event in Barcelona on March 1st, the Galaxy S6 rumors are reaching a fever pitch. People already have quite a good idea of what the smartphone’s specifications will look like and it is pretty sure that smartphone will have a few new tricks never seen before. However apart from the hardware there is even greater news.

According to some sources and inside information it seems that Samsung will finally remove all of the preinstalled Samsung apps from the Galaxy S6. If this source is correct than it means that bloatware will finally be eliminated from Samsung’s flagship devices forever.

However this does not mean that the Galaxy S6 will feature a clean install of Android 5.0 lollipop upon activation. Some sources have revealed that Microsoft OneNote, One Drive, Skype and even Office Mobile are expected to be preloaded on the smartphone. This is because of an agreement between the two companies which Samsung has to honor.

All Samsung enthusiasts need to be happy as the software isn’t just going to be cleaner but it is also going to be faster. Sources have also revealed that TouchWiz on the Galaxy S6 is going to be faster than current-gen devices which even include the Lollipop equipped Galaxy Note 4.

Apart from this there are a lot of significant UI changes that will make the users quite happy. Samsung’s default keyboard app will look more like a mix between the keyboard on the Galaxy Tab S and the iOS keyboard. The Galaxy S6 will also provide its users with more theming options and users will also be able to select between 4×4, 4×5 and 5×5 icon layouts for the app drawer.