Samsung Might Offer Themes In The Newer Version Of TouchWiz

Posted: Nov 25 2014, 12:44pm CST | by , in News | Technology News


Samsung might offer themes in the newer version of TouchWiz
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The device shown in the leaked images gives us a glimpse of various themes which might be offered in the future versions of TouchWiz.

Samsung and HTC were one of the first in the industry to customize the Android UI and they also threw in a handful of new useful features which were otherwise not available on the stock Android. Samsung’s TouchWiz was surely quite a useful thing with lots useful features, apps, and services however there was one thing missing; there was a strong lack felt of themes. To our utmost disappointment, themes offerings didn’t even show upon the higher end phones of the company like the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge. However, the folks over at have been able to unearth the upcoming feature.

Some images have been leaked in which a device is shown offering different options for the themes. The sides of the images have been blurred so it is difficult to exactly make out which phone it is but it mostly looks like the Galaxy A3 or the Galaxy A5. It gives us a glimpse of various themes which might be offered in the future versions of TouchWiz.

With the introduction of this new feature, users will be able to experiment with newer themes sounds, icons, backgrounds, and some other aspects of the UI. Unfortunately, we don’t have all the details regarding this development and we have no clue when the existing devices are going to get this update. Apart from the themes offerings, the placement of S Finder has also been adjusted. It has now been shifted to the upper left corner and this has made notifications area a bit cleaner than it was before.

source: sammobile

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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