When we were in London to meet the Samsung Galaxy S III we noticed that the operation was very smooth, as it should be given the most powerful processor to be found on an Android device. However, Samsung’s own TouchWiz UX is also smooth and a great improvement over previous versions and it is now available for other (select Samsung device users, for the moment).
Let’s start with the predecessor, the Galaxy S II. If you are running a Samsung-based ROM you could try TouchWiz UX on your device. There are two flavors, one with four columns and one with five. Head over to the first source link below to read more and grab the custom UI.
However, if you have a Samsung Galaxy Note, TouchWiz UX is available for you via a custom ROM. You all know what that means (and you should check it out for yourself if it is worth it to flash the entire ROM just to get the new TouchWiz). Check out the second source link to go there.
Needless to say, you should be aware of the risks involved when tampering with your device but if you’re a heavy Android user you should know the drill by now.