Both Samsung Galaxy S6 devices have 5.1 2560 1440 577 X 3 screens on 4ppi, quad-core processor, 32GB DDR-64 memory, Super AMOLED display and available in 128, XNUMX and XNUMXGB versions.
The rear camera for the S6 is 16 megapixels, with f / 1.9 shooter and optical image stabilization while the front camera is 5 megapixels, with f / 1.9 shooter with "real time HDR."
The new devices are Samsung's first devices with a metal bezel, and the company says it is "much tougher than other high-end smartphones" (we all knew which high-end smartphones the company was referring to). The company has also developed a better fingerprint sensor that works more consistently.
The Galaxy Edge S6 has a beautiful curved screen that wraps around the sides of the device.
Two big changes that come with S6 are that there is no memory expansion support and that the battery is non-detachable. However, Samsung says this is good as it will charge much faster than the iPhone 6 and will support wireless charging.
Samsung has also announced a redesigned software that, as it says, will make it simpler and easier to use. It's based on Android Lollipop.
Both handsets will be available in 20 countries from April 10. The S6 comes in white, black, gold and blue, while the S6 Edge will be available in all these colors but also in green.