This time Samsung is giving a hard time to its fans, Samsung lovers may have a difficult time which phone should buy, is it the Samsung S6 that is basically the base model of Samsung S6 Edge?
Samsung S6 as the base model of these new Samsung smartphone flagship, wherein all that S6 Edge have is basically from the S6. Samsung S6 Edge has what Samsung S6 have, however, Samsung Galaxy S6 does not have all that Samsung S6 Edge have. The two phones are fantastic, from its stunner looks to its excellent performance. In a way or another these two phone are more alike than they are different, yet in close look something’s are quite different from one phone to another although almost identical, from that point it can be tricky.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge has a larger battery and it means that this phone has a larger battery life than the Samsung Galaxy S6 the S6 edge has 2,600 mAh while S6 alone has 2,550 mAh, little to note yet important for fans inquisition. There are also physical differences between these two phones, first is their shape and secondly is the Edge screen of Samsung S6 Edge. This makes the Samsung S6 Edge a stunner because it is the only smartphone that does not share the same flat slab of glass screens in terms of smartphone screens additionally, the Samsung S6 Edge has two curving-down sides than the Samsung S6 straight edges. That is for the hardware differences, moving forward to the Samsung S6 Edge software, the S6 Edge has plus points in its software that allows you to interact quickly to an important contact, a night mode that that dimly displays the date and time after lights-out these are some extra that makes Samsung S6 Edge unique from Samsung Galaxy S6.
The price is the next thing that makes these two phones different. There are different prices because Carriers and retailers will set different prices certainly based on the country and its currency. However, for comparison purposes the 32GB S6 Edge costs between 14 percent and 19 percent more than the 32GB S6. In US dollars, that’s between $100 and $130 more for the same capacity.
For all that, these two phones still shares the same major things like both phones has Glass and metal build, 5.1-inch ultra-high definition screen (2,560×1,440-pixel resolution), 16-megapixel camera, Octa-core processor, Available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities (no expansion available) Fingerprint reader, Quick charging, Wireless charging (compatible with Qi-standard chargers).
Given the information above, it is now up to you which next phone should you buy. The decision is for you to take.