By now, most people are familiar with Samsung Electronics Inc.’s (005930.KS) phones.
Samsung is known for its large screens and high-quality cameras, and its phones have sold millions of units.
The company’s software for smartphones has become the envy of many tech companies, and in recent years it has been using a powerful suite of editing software called SysMenu to improve its own devices.
In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, Samsung’s vice president of consumer business development, Daniel Kang, said Sysmenu has made the Samsung Galaxy S7 a better phone than the original Galaxy S6, a smartphone that was sold by the company in 2016.
Samsung Sys Menu has a number of features, such as automatically adding or removing apps, automatically adding a new app or setting up a custom ROM, and it also offers a wide variety of themes.
Samsung says that it offers software for both Samsung Galaxy Note 4 phones and the Galaxy S5 series of phones.
But while Sys menu is widely used by many smartphone makers, it is still largely seen as a tool for OEMs, which can then build custom software to improve phones in order to compete with Samsung.
Samsung’s latest Sys software was released earlier this year, and Samsung said that it was the fastest smartphone software ever released for smartphones.
The latest version of Sys is available for Samsung phones running Android 7.0 Nougat.
That software, released in 2018, is the one that Samsung said is the best for Samsung Galaxy phones.
For those that are wondering how Samsung could be so good at its own phones, Samsung is now releasing an Android version for the Galaxy Note 6.
That new software, dubbed Galaxy Note 7, is designed to work with Sys, but it is also the one which has been making its way through the company’s factories, where the phones are assembled.
That makes it a good fit for Samsung’s S7 series, because the Galaxy Series S7 and S7 Edge phones are sold through Samsung.
But the S7 is also available on the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
Samsung did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
This article has been updated to clarify the company name.