Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge an Edgeless smartphone

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Samsung has unveiled 2 version of Galaxy S6, and like before one has the curved edge or you can say an edgeless smartphone, so that one is known as Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. After lots of rumour Samsung has revealed it in Mobile World Congress, Barcelona. There is not any big difference in both the device except the curved display.

Design and Display

Both the device are equipped with 5.1 inches qHD display which has Super Amoled Screen like before. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 both comes with the same resolution 2,560 x 1,440 pixels, 576 Pixels Per Inch. Both the device has Corning Gorilla Glass 4 as protection. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge features a curved display, but this edgeless smartphone curved part doesn’t do much and has no toolbar. The only feature it provides is to show the time and other data of interest.

Both the device has been wrapped in metal frame and has rounded corner. There is no much to say about design. The dimension of Galaxy S6 edge is 142.1 x 70.1 x 7.0 mm and Galaxy S6 measures as 143.4 x 70.5 x 6.8 mm. So you see that Galaxy S6 Edge is slightly thick and this is because of the curved thing, but Samsung has managed to keep it almost equal even with curve design. Samsung Galaxy S6 weighs 138 grams, but Galaxy S6 edge is 6 grams less and stands at 132 grams.

 Camera 

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 both have the same settings for both cameras. The main sensor is located in the rear and is 16 megapixels. It is accompanied by a lens with bright aperture f / 1.9 and optical stabilizer, a key to low light photos and videos without the typical effect of “trembling”. It has an LED flash, autofocus, white balance detector, real-time HDR Pro mode and selective focus. It also records videos in UHD or 4K resolution (2160p) at 30 frames per second. If we reduce the resolution to Full HD, 1080p or 720p HD can climb frequency for videos with an effect of slow motion though also lets you save videos in fast motion . The front camera is five megapixels and carries a wide angle lens to cover a larger area, so selfies go well framed.

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Chipset, Memory and OS

As we advanced in the entry, the processor in the the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and Galaxy S6 is a Samsung Exynos 7420. This is the chip that the company has chosen for its new smartphones, discarding the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810. The processor has eight cores, four of which have architecture Cortex A53 and operate at 1.5 Ghz. The remaining four cores have architecture Cortex A57 and its clock rate stands at 2.1 Ghz. It is supported by 3Gb of RAM to ensure rapid execution of all processes. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will hit stores in three models with different storage capacity. The most basic features a 32 Gb, while there will be two other options of 64 and 128 Gb. Samsung has eliminated the MicroSD Card Slot for the first time in the Galaxy range, so it will not be possible to expand the memory.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 comes standard with Android 5.0 Lollipop, the last major update to the mobile platform from Google which premieres interface. The system is intuitive and everything is better organized. It also introduces important new features such as notifications on the lock screen, guest mode or security tools Smart Lock.

Samsung also launched a new version of the visual layer TouchWiz , which adapts to the design proposed by Google, but retains elements. The Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with a new customization tool that allows us to modify the appearance of the system with new icons, wallpapers and even sounds. Samsung has paid special attention to safety, including a new version of the security suite KNOX . Also debuts the new payment system Samsung Pay, much like what Apple offers with Apple Pay. Also noteworthy features already known as Download Booster, Ultra Power Saving Mode, S and S Health Finder. Samsung has equipped its new flagship with a 2550 mAh battery capacity. So what is your choice, Galaxy S6 or the Edgeless smartphone?

 

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