The Samsung leaks have been coming hard and fast lately, giving us a glimpse at the refreshed smartphone user interface that the company is rumored to be testing as well as apps like S Health, Life Times and S Voice. Today the string of Sammy leaks continues with a full set of screenshots that give us a better look at the updated S Voice app that we first got a peek at last week.
Much like Samsung's other updated apps, the new version of S Voice features a user interface that's flatter than most of the company's other existing apps. SamMobile, the site responsible for the leak, says that the app is "noticeably faster" when it comes to recognizing voices, though it's said to still be a tad slower than Google Now.
Samsung has yet to officially announce any flattened versions of its user interface or apps, and so until it does, it's necessary to point out that there's no guarantee that we'll see the software rolled out to the public any time soon, if at all. Considering how many apps we've seen leak out by now, though, it definitely feels like Samsung is getting ready to give its smartphone UI a pretty big overhaul.
A report earlier today claimed that the Galaxy S5 will make its debut at Samsung's Unpacked 2014 Episode 1 event on Feb. 24, giving Sammy a nice opportunity to push out a new flagship phone and a refreshed UI at the same time, so it may not be long before Samsung officially hops onto the flattened UI bandwagon. Until then, you can hit up the link below to find a cornucopia of S Voice screenshots.