In 2012, with the Galaxy S3, Samsung introduced a new theme, the “Nature UX”. This new theme had the goal to bring to the Galaxy S line the sounds of nature.
However a few years have passed and the Galaxy S3 it’s no longer a hit smartphone and the South Korean company had the need to reinvent itself and start to design their new devices from scratch, as we’ve seen at this year MWC with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. For this “fresh start” Samsung removed the Nature UX sounds and sights from their new equipments. With this, Samsung eliminates any trace of the Galaxy S3 in an attempt of attracting more users.
While consumers are sure to love the new smartphones, Samsung’s changes bring suspicion about the company’s unique identity in the face of a number of Android smartphones that all provide Google’s Android software. With this changes in the new models probably Samsung fans and long time users are wondering how much of the familiar Samsung features have remain.
What do you think about this and other changes in Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge?