Love Samsung’s TouchWiz UI on Android devices, but wish you can just spice up the interface a little? Well, the next TouchWiz update might allow you to do just that. Samsung has been rumoured to be working on a themes section for its TouchWiz UI and several leaked screenshots suggests that we might be seeing it soon.
According to some screenshots of a beta version of TouchWiz, there is a new “Themes” section within the settings menu. Like themes for other smartphones like Sony Xperia, Oppo, Xiaomi and such, it will allow you to change the entire outlook of your Samsung smartphone and tablet, while retaining the features and functionalities that Samsung offers.
The screenshot only shows one theme for now called “Natural”, but since this is a beta version of TouchWiz, there should be more in the final version with a lot more to come in the future. Once applied, the entire appearance of the device will be changed, including the icons.
Sure, there are a lot of launchers in the Play Store that has got plenty of themes, but if you’re one of those who are very familiar with TouchWiz, it’s nice to be able to retain everything but with a fresh look. Anybody looking forward to being able to change themes on your Samsung smartphone and tablet?