Samsung is bringing mobile phones that use its TouchWiz user interface to the US market. The interface has been used before on international products like the SGH-F480/TouchWiz and the Samsung Omnia, but hasn’t been seen in America.
The user interface is designed around widgets that allow users to customize and personalize the way the phone is used. The icons provide one touch access to the most useful sections of the phone for each user. New widgets can be added to the user bar by dragging them to it. Samsung says it plans to launch TouchWiz devices in late 2008 and early 2009.
"Samsung's TouchWiz interface has been a huge hit overseas and we're excited that it is coming to several new Samsung phones in the U.S.," said Bill Ogle, Chief Marketing Officer for Samsung Mobile. "TouchWiz is all about customizing your phone to make it look and work just the way you want it to. The fun and exciting possibilities with TouchWiz include one-touch access to your photos, instant message conversations, music library and much more."
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