Samsung has made many announcements at the International Consumer Electronics Show this week, but the company hasn’t talked much about its smartphones. It did launch the new tablets it was rumored to, but so far it is mum on its 2014 smartphone plans. We expect to hear more from the company on that around MWC 2014, which takes place next month. It seems that Samsung has been working on a revamped user interface for its Android devices, and the purported new iteration of TouchWiz seems to have been radically improved when compared to the existing TouchWiz UI.
The Korean manufacturer is just one of the OEMs that slap on their own user interface on a smartphone that is powered by Android. Samsung has stuck with the TouchWiz branding for a few years now and there are no rumors to indicate that it might switch from that. Admittedly the purported user interface seen in these leaked images looks a lot cleaner and vibrant than the existing UI, though its highly like that major changes might be made to it before its ultimately revealed to the public. If you question the authenticity of these images, do keep in mind that these images were leaked by the infamous Twitter leaker @evleaks, who has been known to have a pretty solid track record.
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