I have just bought an Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone. After updating the firmware to 5.1.1 version, which is the latest Android software for this phone at this moment, there are some issues with scrolling through applications.
When scrolling through applications such as Settings, Facebook, Twitter, Google Play Store or the application manager (for multi-tasking) the phone has these small lagg spikes. It stops at a random point (the lagg) and then just continues.
There are a couple of video's that shows this problem.
My device is not rooted and at most of it's factory default settings. There is no custom themes installed and I've tried disabling some of the "bloatware".
I've read some articles about this same problem, and what I can get from it is that the phone is handling to much background-applications. From what I could have seen, people rooted their phones to fix this problem. But I dont want to do this, because this is a new phone.
I couldn't yet believe this is because the specifications of the phone, because they are alot better then my old phone, which didn't had this issue.
How can I fix this problem without having to root or use 3rd-party applications/tools?
Note: This problem is not so bad, but for a > €600 phone, this is kind of annoying.