It's been long suggested that Samsung would be cutting down on the number of pre-installed apps on their latest flagship the Samsung Galaxy S6. And if the latest post from Sammobile, the number one website for all things Samsung is anything to go by, the Galaxy S6 would come with only two S Apps pre-installed. The S Apps would be the S Voice and the S Health app,in addition to the Galaxy App Store, where users can download any other Samsung specific apps that they require.
Besides these apps, the Galaxy S6 would also come with the usual suite of Google Apps in addition to some Microsoft apps such as OneDrive, OneNote and Skype.
Aside from reducing the number of apps, what i would really like to see Samsung do is perhaps installing these apps in the user accessible memory so that users would have the option of deleting these apps if they like. The Google Apps suite aren't really the most useful for some users as a lot of the functionality is limited by region or isn't as good as the competition. I would really welcome the option of deleting Google Music, Books, Movies, Google+ and Photos from my device.