The Galaxy S6 leaks continue with just a couple of days left until Samsung’s 2015 flagships get official, and this time around we’re looking at something completely different from your average image or hardware leak. The first pictures showing Samsung’s redesigned TouchWiz interface for the phone have appeared, and the first Galaxy S6 apps are already available to download from xda-developers.

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As Phone Arena points out, there are several applications that can be downloaded, including the S6 Optical Reader, S6 GeoNews, S6 Gear Manager, and S6 Kids Mode.

The Optical Reader app will use the camera to detect text, business cards or QR codes, GeoNews provides natural disaster-related notifications in your proximity, Gear Manager pairs the Galaxy S6 to a Gear wearable device, and the Kids Mode app offers a child-safe mobile environment.

Furthermore, images showing the S Note app for the Galaxy S6 have also been leaked — check out the collection of app screenshots below for all these Galaxy S6 apps, which can be downloaded at the source link.

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