Samsung does have its fair share of Android-powered smartphones that have rolled out over the years, and it goes without saying that many of them can be recognized in a jiffy thanks to the TouchWiz theme. Well, it seems that TouchWiz has definitely split opinions right down the middle, while some of them like it, there are also others who would wish for a stock Android experience instead. However, if there is one thing that all can agree on, it would be the possibility of having customizable themes on Samsung handsets, ala Themes by Sony on their Xperia handsets.

Italian website HDblog claims that Samsung could eventually introduce themes to a number of its devices. What you see above is a leaked image of an unknown Samsung handset alongside the rumored themes on show. If one were to take the image with a pinch of salt, veering towards it being a real screenshot and not a fake, then the themes might be able to allow users to customize the different aspects of the user interface, ranging from color schemes to icons, and backgrounds, among others. There is also a different image which points to a slightly modified TouchWiz notifications area, alongside the S Finder icon that is located on the upper left corner.

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