The camera slightly pokes out from the back. The glass backing looks terrific, until it accumulates with oily fingerprints. One of the phone's most underrated features is this night clock, which glows softly enough to keep you slumbering. The phone looks unique from all angles. A standard Micro-USB charging port and headset jack live on the phone's bottom edge. High-end hardware helps make the Edge+ a compelling large-screen phone. Read all about the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and its straight-edged, stylus-gifted sibling, theSamsung Galaxy Note 5.
Editors' note (March 28, marble b/w/g iphone case 2017): Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, the follow ups to 2016's excellent Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, Priced at $750 (£689 and AU$1,199), the Galaxy S8 features a beautifully curved 5.8-inch screen with an ultra-narrow bezel; facial recognition as an alternative way to unlock the phone; and Samsung's nascent Bixby voice assistant, The S8 Plus costs a bit more -- $850, £779 or AU$1349 -- and comes equipped with a larger body and battery, but is otherwise identical..
Samsung has instituted an eight-point battery test on its new phones in an effort to reassure customers that it has addressed the issues that plagued its exploding Note 7 last year. To see how the Galaxy S8 and S8 Edge stack up against their predecessors, check out CNET's side-by-side comparison. The original Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ review, published in August 2015 and updated since then, follows. The 5.7-inch Samsung Galaxy Edge+ isn't just a larger version of the 5.1-inch Galaxy S6 Edge, but it's close. It has basically the same hardware guts as the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 including a strong 16-megapixel camera, 4GB of RAM and an octa-core processor of Samsung's own design (that means it has eight computing chips for completing tasks). Like its brethren, the Note 5, S6 and S6 Edge, the Edge+ has a snazzy metal-and-glass design and omits the popular removable battery and microSD card slot found on its predecessor. The Edge+ also lacks the Note 5's signature stylus, leaving potential buyers a choice between inviting curves or scribble-friendly practicality.
With the introduction of the current generation of Galaxy phones in March 2016, Samsung fans need to take a close look at the new lineup, A CNET Editor's Choice, the Galaxy S7 delivers the goods in spades with a polished design, awesome camera, long battery life, microSD slot, and water resistance, And the supersized Galaxy S7 Edge, an Editor's Choice in its own right, comes equipped with an even bigger battery and marble b/w/g iphone case screen, a curved screen with "edge" software navigation, and a sky high price tag..
That noted, the Edge+ remains a cool-looking phone that belongs in the canon of prior-generation smartphones. Buyers craving a phone with waterfall sides and a large, bright screen who can find the S6 Edge+ at a discount should consider it. Everyone else should move on and choose between the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. Editors' note: What follows is the original review of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+. The phone comes in gold, silver, black and white, though different regions may carry different colors. Prices vary by retailer and country, but the Edge+ costs more than the Note 5 overall.
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