Posts Tagged ‘TouchWiz’

It has already been confirmed that Samsung’s Unpacked 2014 event will occur at the opening of Mobile World Congress in a couple of weeks time, with the Korean company having already sent out the invitations last week. And while we’ve heard much about the device itself, including a recent benchmark leak that has all-but confirmed the existence of two very different versions of the Galaxy S5 handset, new leaked media has given us a flavor of a significantly-revamped TouchWiz interface.

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We now have additional evidence to suggest that Samsung’s recent decision to overhaul the user-interface in its PRO Galaxy Note and Galaxy Tab tablets could soon be followed up with a new look throughout. The fresh and modern magazine based design that graced the aforementioned devices definitely managed to capture the imagination of users, which can only be seen as a positive as it seems that upcoming Samsung smartphones will also benefit from a fresh lick of interface paint, as the latest leaked images show.

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Yesterday, we reported on a major security flaw within TouchWiz on the Galaxy S III, among a handful of other Samsung devices. The issue allowed the devices to be remotely wiped, leaving the user helpless, and to double-up on the attack, the attacker could also make the SIM card completely useless, which in many respects, is more disastrous than the smartphone wipe.

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Have I told you about the sheer variety of launchers available on Android? If you’ve read previous posts by yours truly, I’m sure you’ve already hear me this. There are all sorts of launchers that cater to different user needs. You’ve got ones that promise the best performance, ones that offer the best set of features and ones that claim to offer the best of both. Other launchers are usually ports of customized launchers from OEMs like Samsung, HTC, LG and Motorola.

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We’re into the second day of my thoughts on where the biggest players in the world of smartphones will take their business during 2012, and today I’m going to share my wisdom on Google.

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The folks from SamMobile sure are fast! Just a few days after releasing a leaked version of Android 4.0.3 ICS for Galaxy S II, they’ve come up with a leaked version of a Value Pack for the Ice Cream Sandwich-deprived Galaxy S (which Samsung, by the way, doesn’t even intend to release), and we’ve got a step-by-step guide ready after the jump on how to install / flash this leaked ROM to your Galaxy S GT-i9000!

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