Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge: The Good and The Bad
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Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge: The Good and The Bad

So yeah finally, we have the Samsung Galaxy official specifications, images and all. Reactions are already flying from people's mind straight to different forums. In fact the number of chatter regarding the newly announced Samsung S6 and S6 edge on twitter is huge with a lot of likes and dislikes emanating from these discussions.

However we know Samsung likes to set the bar when it comes to mobile technology and as far as Android is concerned, Samsung is still the leading smartphone company.

There are a lot of perks to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, especially with the fast charging, wireless charger, ultra fast launching of the camera app on both devices (less than 2 seconds). Furthermore, the camera specifications have been greatly improved; allowing more light to get in to give a better image quality. Also, Samsung has now implemented what is known as the Samsung Pay which according to Samsung will make payment far more possible than what iPhone currently supports and finally, the fingerprint sensor on the Samsung S6 and S6 edge is now as good as the Touch ID on the iPhone. Double tapping the home button also launches the camera.

Before we go ahead to say the good and bad of the newly announced devices, lets quickly point out the salient specifications of the devices with a video here to give you a full rounded information about these two new Samsung devices which will be running the latest Android lollipop 5.0.

Good and Bad News
Samsung S6 and S6 edge are quite similar with just little differences. One of the good news for some is the fact that both devices now have a metal frame and a gorilla glass 4 in both the back and front side of the devices. In fact, it is said that the metal frame is 50% stronger than those offered by the competition.

Now the bad news may scare you but brace yourself. I don't understand why but the bad news is that both Samsung S6 and S6 edge do not have a removable battery - a huge turn off for a lot of people as seen by the comments flooding the internet. Furthermore, there is no SD slot for these new Samsung devices; what is Samsung thinking to have done such a thing!?. I can almost say that Samsung will try to offset this by giving buyers free cloud storage that wont be less than 100GB.

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge is due to be released for public consumption starting from April 10th 2015 with a tentative price of between $650 - $750 off contract.

The question now is can you Samsung lovers live with a Samsung device that don't have a removable battery and no microSD slot? Drop your thoughts in the comment section and don't forget to like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter for more smartphone news.

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