Samsung teases new Touchwiz UI with Unpacked 2014 image

Samsung teases new Touchwiz UI with Unpacked 2014 image

It’s no secret that Samsung has been in dire need of a new user interface on their smartphones. It’s big, it’s bulky, and it’s time for a change. Recently, they announced their Unpacked event for the first night of MWC, which will most likely be the official announcement of the Galaxy S5.

In a recent image regarding the new event, Samsung reveals some new icons, possibly hinting at a new UI on their upcoming flagship. Nine icons are listed, including Speed, Outdoor, Curiosity, Fun, Social, Style, Privacy, Fitness, and Life.

Also, if you look really closely, you may be able to find a few “5’s” in the image. Check back for more info on the Unpacked event and MWC!

Source: Samsung Tomorrow

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  1. android underground
    February 11, 13:39 Reply

    Those flat designs suck. They exist for a reason. Smart watches and Google Glass are too small to handle complex icons, and designers are too lazy to adjust the level of complexity to the target device. That’s why designs get dumbed down to the lowest common denominator.

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