SamMobile reports that Samsung is making software themes a priority on all future devices, with the Galaxy S6 being the first to offer this customization. This follows the release of the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A5, two mid-range devices that featured themes.
These new themes will be similar to past ones and will be integrated into a function most likely called Themes Center. Users will also be able to change system sounds, fonts, and Events. With Events, themes can be set for particular events, such as for holidays or anniversaries.
A new themes store will also be included. However, it is not yet known if consumers will be limited to just pre-installed software themes or if they will be able to use third-party ones. SamMobile notes that it is possible that any of this may change.
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