Samsung unveiled its best latest handset at the Mobile World Congress on Sunday. Sammy showed off the handsets which had rounded metal edges and all the same a great look. The Edge S6 model has a curved screen on both sides.
Galaxy Edge S6 and Galaxy S6 will be available in Australia by April. The Galaxy S6 will have an improved fingerprint sensor, an improved camera, a crisper screen and a sturdy eight core chip. The users of S6 will not be able to add a memory card neither will they be able to remove the battery.
The innovative model of the Galaxy Edge (Curved Screen) is set to draw lots of clients. According to Samsung, the new model will compete with the likes of Apple and HTC. The metal and glass frame that replaced the plastic frame in S5 is set to boost Samsung’s marketing. Jean Daniel Ayme believes that S6 model will offer something diverse to consumers. Â Still, the market success of the S6 will be judged on Sammy’s profit margin.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 is powered by Exynos 7420 processor designed by Samsung. Both handsets have a 3GB RAM. Samsung got rid of the SD slot which was widely used by Android developers and users. The SD slot was eradicated to prevent security threat.
Samsung has also introduced Samsung Pay, a secure payment system. According to Samsung’s developer teams, Samsung Pay is more applicable than Apple Pay. This system of payment can be used at any terminal with a Magstripe reader. Apple Pay only works with the Near Field Communication method.
According to projections and distribution estimations, the Galaxy S6 will be available to the whole world on April 10. Both S6 handsets have a wireless charging technology. Â Critics are already saying that Samsung has done a hell of a job in making the new devices. The handsets are compatible with a smaller Gear VR Innovator Edition that will deliver high quality videos and games.
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