Smartphones are devices which are used for making calls, texting messages or use different apps on the internet. All manufacturers struggle to bring the same features as one another, but the difference is made by the hardware or the software. The user interface must be attractive and it must be discovered by users, and the most important thing, to be modern, up to date. The last flagship from Samsung is a bigger, faster and generally better device than the last ones, but it also had to make some sacrifices.
TouchWiz on Samsung S5 is better. You can still recognize it as TouchWiz, but it'a more flattered styling a trend that is growing in itnerface design. It's more similar to Android, Android that Google designed. The interface is colorful and more feature-packed. It is as functional as Samsung users demand it.
Samsung S4 wasn't the most attractive device from Samsung, but thanks to their marketing push it sold in millions. But Samsung S5's hardware is something else. It's the next level. a 2.0 version. 16 MP camera, 4k video, fingerprint sensor, S Health and so on. There are all there. But what happens when you turn over the S5? From the official photos, S5's design isn't a progress. It isn't chic. It isn't likeable. We think that this design a step back, not a step forward. It doesn't match with the rest of the device at all.
What happened to the S5's design?