According to a report disclosed by Twitter handle @evleaks, it has been revealed that Samsung is reportedly planning on revamping their user interface before the manufacturing giant officially announces their flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S5. Considering evleaks to be the major contributor for disclosing various tidings; this information seems legitimate as we look beyond the old, dull and outdated TouchWiz Interface.
The displayable screenshots below highlight the leaked UI with its face-lifting attempts. The revealed picture displays an amateurish attempt at sprucing up the old interface, and looks more likely as a third-party theme or kind of an icon pack like displayable entity. At present, there is no official information available from Samsung regarding refurbishing the UI; but it is reckoned that such a development was in the works and it is expected that Samsung will be exploring the new UI with the introduction of newer devices.
Based on information released by evleaks, it is construed that this UI is “under testing,” and there is no guarantee on whether this would be the final design or not, or whether this would be revamped further based on notable changes. Also, this might be a prototype that is made available before unveiling the final design. In appearance, there is fresh change associated with the lock screen alongwith the manifestation of BlinkFeed sort of facilitation with the central screen. It is seen that the central screen possesses live information on it which can help the user to update location based on their location.