The decision to use its own Exynos SoC and not Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 in the Galaxy S6 has generated a lot of fuss. What is Samsung up to? Is it the right move? What impact is it going to have on the mobile market?
Samsung has revealed their latest April Fool’s joke, claiming to unveil yet another edge-display variant of the Galaxy S6, the Galaxy BLADE Edge ‘smart knife’.
Samsung has at least explored a futuristic new UI, that @evleaks revealed back in January 2014 and was forgotten after the release of the Galaxy S5.
What does the Galaxy S6 Edge have to offer when compared to its flat counterpart? We find out, as we dive into this in-depth Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge review!
An email from T-Mobile states that the company has already begun shipping out Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge pre-orders. Customers can also expect an OTA update on arrival.
An email from Samsung support states that third-party theme authoring tools for the Samsung Galaxy S6 will arrive sometime in April.
Samsung’s new Galaxy S6 Edge looks stunning, but many have questioned how well the double-edged device can handle drops and bumps. A “slam test” video making the rounds suggests the S6 Edge is a lot stronger than it looks.
Android fans, this week brought us closer to the release of the hot new Galaxy S6 and One M9; Cyanogen made waves again with its aggressive rhetoric against Google; leaks revealed our first credible look at the LG G4, due in late April; we heard rumors about the One M9+ and the Galaxy S6 Active; Google updated some of its apps and we heard reports about some new ones; a bezel-less Oppo device broke cover; Xiaomi teased a new device for March 31; and finally OnePlus said it’s preparing to unveil a… drone?
Now that the Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 can be pre-ordered on most carriers in the U.S., let us know which one you’re going to choose!
According to users on Reddit, Best Buy will open pre-orders for the Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge this Friday with release on April 10th. A freebie is included.