The new Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones will go on sale next month, both handsets come with a new Samsung TouchWiz U which is more streamlined than previous versions.
Now it would appear that some of the bloatware and pre-installed apps can be removed from the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
According to the guys over at the XDA, a number of pre-installed apps can be removed from the handsets, these include Microsoft apps like Skype and OneDrive, plus Google apps like YouTube, Google+ and Gmail.
On top of that you can also remove some of Samsung’s own apps from the handsets, this includes apps like Samsung’s S Health and S Voice.
This is a change from Samsung handsets in the past, where you have been unable to remove certain apps that maybe you did not use or did not want on your handsets.
Updated 24th March 12:10 GMT
It looks like you will not be able to remove the bloatware from the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, full details here.