If the rumors are to be believed, the Galaxy S6 should be launched under Android Lollipop and with an overlay TouchWiz very light compared to what Samsung has proposed in previous years. The Korean group and Google had already discussed it in early 2014 and this goes in the direction of a simplification of the interface and an improvement in the reactivity of mobile devices faced with a "bloatware" which ended up gaining scale.
Samsung would therefore have chosen do not pre-install its personalized services like S Voice, S Health or S Note, letting the user decide if he wants to recover them. The site SamMobile specifies that a portal Galaxy Apps Store could be put in place.
However, the Korean group would have taken the initiative to pre-install the suite Office Mobile from Microsoft, integrating applications like OneNote, OneDrive, Office Mobile and Skype as part of an Office 365 offer offered free of charge over a given period of time.
Samsung could thus continue to promote its mobile terminals for professional use while Microsoft can hope to find additional outlets beyond Windows Phone by being present on one of the best-selling smartphones.
According to SamMobile, the new TouchWiz interface should be very responsive and with a visual experience enriched with animations brought with Android Lollipop. in addition to functional optimizations welcome.