The TouchWiz launcher of the South Korean brand has been present since the beginning of the Galaxy line and over the years it has been improved a lot. But the South Korean giant Samsung is committed to renewing its image and is preparing to kill its custom UI known as TouchWiz.
Samsung Is Finally Killing Its TouchWiz UI
It is impossible to talk on any Samsung smartphones without talking about its custom UI well known as TouchWiz. This launcher of the South Korean brand has been present since the beginning of the Galaxy line and over the years it has been improved a lot.
But the South Korean giant Samsung is committed to renewing its image and is preparing to kill its custom UI which is well known as TouchWiz. Yes, many of you might be thinking right now that “Am I joking or what!”.
The new test version of Android Nougat for Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge has already a new launcher, yes, it consists a brand new launcher instead TouchWiz, and now it is expected that it will be the standard in the future.
The TouchWiz UI has been, over the years, one of the biggest contradictions in the Samsung universe. Adored by some, hated by others, it is often singled out as the cause of abnormal slows in Samsung smartphones and a well-known source of abnormal resource consumption.
The South Korean giant Samsung has always tried to improve this offer, always launching improved versions and fewer requirements every year, but the truth is that this launcher always had problems.
But the third test version of Android Nougat for the Galaxy line brings a completely new creation. Yes, as expected the TouchWiz UI disappears and the Samsung Experience is now the present.
The arrival of the Samsung Experience
From what you can see this new version has a much cleaner image with new colors. The well-known blue and green disappears and now it gives way to white and light blue.
It’s too soon to realize that the Samsung Experience is better than TouchWiz, but it is expected to be optimized and consume much fewer resources, ensuring a new life for many of Samsung’s smartphones.
After losing its visibility, the South Korean giant Samsung have stopped talking about it, TouchWiz is now preparing to disappear once, giving way to a new interface, which seems to be cleaner, more efficient and more enjoyable to use. It remains to be seen whether this image that transpires later has performances that are adequate to what is expected.