Samsung’s new pair of flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, have taken on a vastly different nature than those which came before. In seeking to stem the losses that begun to accumulate last year by working with premium materials and combining them with top-notch specs, Samsung may have finally given consumers the high-end, premium experience they have longed for.
Samsung already has two videos available to showcase the dynamic duo’s hardware and design. First, have a look at the shorter of the two, a one-minute glance at the Galaxy S6 Edge’s curves and a brief look at the light-up feature the curved display provides (remember, the Galaxy Note Edge’s SDK and compatible apps are not compatible with its smaller, newer cousin):
The next video is a bit longer, at just over 2 minutes, and is billed by Samsung as an “Official Introduction.” In addition to an overview of the design language at play, the clip also lists some details about the phone and shows real world usage. It’s presented with a somewhat different tone than the more concept-oriented Edge video above, even from an aural perspective.
Pay attention to the new font Samsung has used for the Galaxy logo, as well as the inclusion of the various color options that the pair of devices will be sold in. (The S6 Edge in particular is worth pointing out for the simple fact that the Note Edge came in only black or white variants).
If you haven’t already seen our ongoing coverage of the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, be sure to click here and get better acquainted with what may be your next!