Elsewhere, Sammobile reports to have met somebody who has had firsthand experience with the Galaxy S6 and confesses the phone’s UI is “amazingly fast” — can you beat that? Samsung had been accused of stuffing bloatware (irremovable, mostly unwanted pre-loaded apps) on their devices but the company seems to have learnt their lessons this time.
Reportedly, apps like S Voice, S Health, and Scrapbook may not come pre-installed on the upcoming flagship. The same source states that OneDrive, OneNote, and Office Mobile (free Office 365 subscriptions) will be factory-booted onto the device instead.
Recently, leaked sketches of the smartphone were loaded with CAD software to create amazing looks (pictured at top) of the device based on the phone’s screenshots officially posted by phone accessory producer, Spigen. The Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to break cover at a pre-MWC event on March 1.