Friday, February 13, 2015

Galaxy S6 to do away with preinstalled software to compete with Apple

With Samsung's Galaxy S6 just days away from being launched on 1 March next month, it has been learnt that Samsung is all set to do away with preinstalled software in a bid to compete with Apple.

Samsung currently preinstalls its own software on handsets, which leaves 16GB Samsung S5 users with  approximately 10GB of space left.

However, despite4 the change in policy, Galaxy S6 will come with apps like Microsoft OneNote, OneDrive, Office Mobile (with a free Office 365 subscription), and Skype, according to Sammobile. 

It may be added that Samsung's next generation Galaxy handset is set to come in two versions - one with a curved screen that covers both its sides, and be revealed on March 1st.

Read more about it at: Daily Mail

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