Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Review
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge’s wraparound screen transforms an already great phone into Samsung’s best-looking handset. Ever.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is a striking handset, taking the title as the world’s first dual curved displays smartphone.
It attracts the eye, puts butterflies in my stomach and makes me weak at the knees. Samsung has, at last, made a handset which not only packs a powerful punch, but looks fantastic too.
It’s certainly not cheap though, with the entry level 32GB model rocking a wallet trembling SIM-free price tag of around £700 (around $1030, AU$1320).
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If you fancy 64GB or even 128GB of internal storage you’re looking at approximately £760 (around $1120, AU$1430) and £800 (around $1180, AU$1500) respectively.
That makes the Galaxy S6 Edge more expensive than the iPhone 6 Plus, a handset that already has my bank manager sweating.
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