Samsung Galaxy S4 with Android 5.0 and new TouchWiz gets compared with the current UI of the ex-flagship
Last week, we showed you a short preview of Android 5.0 Lollipop running on the Samsung Galaxy S4, which will land on Samsung's flagship for 2013 with all the bells and whistles of TouchWiz Nature UX 3.0. Undoubtedly, the new looks of the UI are quite different from the current state of the former's flagship interface design in almost any department you can think of. The exclusive preview is courtesy of the folks over SamMobile, who denied to release the demonstrated build due to the vast array of bugs and issues it currently has.
In order to show us what the differences between the old and the new TouchWiz UIs for the Galaxy S4 are, SamMobile made a brief comparison between the interfaces of the Android 5.0 Lollipop-running flagship and a regular Galaxy S4, which is running Samsung's older TouchWiz. The dialer, the messaging app, the settings menu, the calculator app, and the clock app are just a few among the many aspects of the interface that have been overhauled.
Are you still sporting one of them Galaxy S4 smartphones? Do you like the new looks of TouchWiz that will grace your device in the foreseeable future?