Samsung always paying more attention to its design detail over functionality, especially going by its previous releases, it is no wonder it has followed the same formula with introduction of the Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. Its stylish glass and a metallic design, a much lighter TouchWiz and some powerful new features, acknowledging its dual edged build display.
Though the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus were released back to back with the Note 5, the latter seems to be more productivity focused while the S6 Edge takes the crown in terms of imagination and great looks with its curved screen. The Samsung S6 Edge Plus speaks volumes of Samsung’s commitment to breaking boundaries when it comes to future releases.
Like the S6 Edge, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus has the same aesthetic appeal better than any other phone in the market, sporting a dual edge display that is not only good to look at but also nifty to use. The screen said to offer a more immersive feel when scrolling or swiping through phone content, with its curved screen introducing a definition of a touch screen.
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It’s important to also note that its packed with all the Android Lollipop Google OS benefits, with a cascading display that creates a seamless interaction between the user and the handset interface.
With every great feature comes a disadvantage, its slim design feels good in the hand but needs a firm grip to hold it, and you often feel like the phone might fall off. The Galaxy Edge S6 Plus may need a little getting used, to have comfortable operation often than not needing to use two hands due to its large footprint.
Embodied in the attractive device are some of the best specifications. Its 5.7” Quad HD screen, Android Lollipop, a fingerprint sensor, 4GB RAM complemented with Exynos 7420 processor, storage memory of 32GB/64GB a 16MP camera featuring an optical image stabilization and a huge battery capacity of 3000mAh.
With such great features, the battery performance with a 3000mAh is a bit lacking to say the least, especially for an obsessive user. Users do not get the option to swap their battery but have the benefit of faster charging with wireless charging, with charging said to be as fast as zero to full in under 120 minutes. If you are looking to save on your battery charge the device does feature a variety of power saving modes like the power saving and ultra power saving options, which limit CPU performance, device brightness and more.
The Galaxy S6 edge+ takes advantage of its curved edge screen; referred to as the edge screen feature with a few tricks to give you shortcuts to your contacts, apps and information streams with easy accessibility even when the screen is off with notification pop-ups while the device is face-down. The people edge feature gives you access to five of your favorite set contacts while the apps edge lets you launch up to five of your favorite apps with the information stream giving you access to the latest news, Twitter updates, notifications and more. All this can be done by simply swiping a predetermined area on the screen.
With the optimized version of the TouchWiz, you can expect faster, smoother experience in its operation. No more lags in performance, no more add ons and even more importantly you get no software suffocation
With so many software capabilities, it is hard not to acknowledge its live YouTube stream which will have users broadcasting their everyday lives live on YouTube. Also included are options like Periscope and Meerkat.
Like its predecessor the S6 and the Edge S6, the Galaxy Edge plus features a 16 mega pixel complemented with an optical image optimization, which arguably offers the best camera experience on a handset. The camera’s f/1.9 aperture gives balance and offer excellent image quality with its quick shutter being as impressive in good or bad lighting. Its 5megapixel offers a wide angle for group selfies.
While The Samsung Galaxy Edge S6 Plus is a sight to behold, its curved screen proves mostly good to look at. The Samsung definitely deserves props for trying something new, some of the best reasons to go the device however are its gorgeous screen, improved software capability, incredible camera, seamlessly fast performance and its faster wireless charging technology.
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