Leaked images provide an exclusive early look at Samsung’s refreshed user interface design that may arrive on future Tizen and Android devices.
The photos reveal updated aesthetics for core apps like Phone, Contacts, Gallery, Messenger, and Calendar. Tizen is featured in the leaks, but interface elements like the notification icons suggest a cross-platform approach.
Notable changes include cleaner fonts, flatter icons, and greater use of white space compared to Samsung’s current TouchWiz UI. Facebook integration and additional notification shortcuts also make an appearance.
The leaked UI bears a strong similarity to a Tizen 2.1 build from 2013, indicating these shots have been floating around for a while. But Samsung was recently granted patents for this reworked interface.
So while not confirmed for any particular devices yet, the patent approval moves the refreshed UI a step closer to official launch. It could provide a glimpse of a future software direction across Samsung’s device ecosystem.
Samsung hasn’t shared details publicly on its UI plans. For now, the leaked images offer an exclusive sneak peek for Samsung users eagerly awaiting the company’s next UX evolution. A more refined and integrated experience appears in the works.