Samsung has outlined grand plans to take over the tablet world, and the company revealed four new models at the CES 2014, complete with a brand new Android interface.
And speaking of brands, it looks like the Korean giant hit too close to Metro this time around.
Yes, the same interface that traditional Windows users are so divided about. The similarities between this new user interface (that Samsung has dubbed Magazine UX) for tablets and Redmond’s Metro design philosophy are too hard to ignore.
Then again, Microsoft did such a good job with the overall design, tiles and all, that Metro has made appearance on kid toys to even some newer desktop software.
As you can see in the image above, the Magazine UX is eerily similar to the tiled based Metro UI that Microsoft has built for its modern operating platforms. It also readily borrows some cues from the popular Flipboard app — maybe that is where the term Magazine UX has come up.
Samsung probably does not care too much about it, as long as it manages to sell tablets.
My big issue is with what the company is calling it. Magazine UX? Really?
Your thoughts on this, folks? Let them fly!