According to SamMobile, Samsung has confirmed it’s plan to wipe away a number of its pre-installed applications from the new flagship which were a part of Touchwiz earlier.
Samsung Galaxy S6 launch is just around the corner, as technical analysts have already been giving their predictions regarding the upcoming smartphone. According to SamMobile, Samsung has confirmed it’s plan to wipe away a number of its pre-installed applications from the new flagship which were a part of Touchwiz earlier. Instead the new Microsoft applications including Office, OneDrive, OneNote and Skype will be included which will not eat up much RAM to slow down the handset.
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There is not much detail available regarding the apps that will be removed from Samsung Galaxy S6, however, chances are bright that apps such as S Voice, S Health, S Note or Scrapbook may not appear on new flagship home-screen, though they will certainly be available on Playstore for download. Since Window’s smartphone is still struggling hard to have a bigger market share, Microsoft has diverted its attention on software services, since having them pre-installed on the bestseller Android handsets may give the technology giant an additional benefit along with necessary exposure.
After accomplishing this major change, Microsoft can acquire immediate market share which Windows handsets could not achieve, and definitely not in near future. Samsung has already mentioned previously that the new Samsung Galaxy S6 will come with side display as it has been observed earlier on Galaxy Note Edge. However, it is still not confirmed whether the curved screen will be available on both sides or just one.
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The curved screen is a third option which provides user with one tap access to apps, headlines, notifications and other tasks. Samsung will reveal the Samsung Galaxy S6 on March 1st , as the unpacking event will take place at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Samsung is going through a tough time as its market share has plunged significantly, according to a recent report. On the hand, Apple has reported revenue of more than $74 billion in Q4 of 2014. Therefore, Samsung officials are currently under a massive pressure, and a lot is dependent on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S6 performance, which is due for launch on March 1st. Samsung Galaxy S6 will need to perform beyond expectations in order to gain better market share.