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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: Hot curves or just a gimmick?

Posted: 02 Apr 2015 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Samsung? smartphone? Galaxy S6 Edge? Android?

If I want your software, I'll download it. I'm willing to accept Google's default apps because of its role in Android, and Samsung's apps because Samsung made the phone. Apps from other companies shouldn't be there.

Aside from my visceral dislike of uninvited marketing, I enjoyed my time with the S6 Edge.

On the following pages, you'll see unboxing photos taken with my iPhone 6. The remainder were taken with the S6 Edge. Though I did include one scene taken by both devices, this isn't meant to be a photographic quality comparison, these images were not taken under controlled conditions or with consistent settings. And they've been resized by our content management system, which alters image quality.

Unboxing Day

So far, so good. The S6 Edge is nicely packaged. You will probably want a case for protection and a better grip. The phone is slight enough that I could easily see myself dropping it. (Image: Thomas Claburn)

Unboxing the S6 Edge

Back To The Future

The protruding camera isn't ideal, but it's not a deal-breaker either. It's still a nice-looking phone. (Image: Thomas Claburn)

S6 Edge camera


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