So, yeah. that fancy double-tapered screen doesn't do all that much. But in a world where all smartphones are flat slabs of glass, this is one of the first ones in years that really sets itself apart from a design perspective. It's a looker. That leads us to the other big difference between the phones: price. Carriers and retailers will set their own prices in your country and currency, and the chart above outlines what we know about pricing so far. The 32GB Galaxy S6 will cost the least of the four, with the 64GB Edge+ costing the most. The Note 5's S Pen makes it a more powerful phone than the other phones in terms of features and capability, but -- if you're leaning toward one of the larger phones -- it's also less pricey than the Edge+.
Remember, there are three basic physical differences: the screen size; the curved or flat screen; and the stylus or not, Buy the Galaxy S6 if: You want an all-around top phone from Samsung, without any more cost, decoration or software than already comes built into the phone, Buy the S6 Edge if: You love the strongfit designers case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - geometric blue black curved-side style and extra shortcut software, but prefer a regular-size "big" phone rather than an extralarge device (5.1-inch screen over 5.7-inch screen), Buy the Note 5 if: You like a large-screen phone with a standard square design (though there are subtle curves on the back), and/or you want to use the S Pen for extra handwriting features, This is the least expensive of Samsung's two large-screen phones..
Buy the S6 Edge+ if: You want a large-screen device and a curved display with that shortcut software along the right or left side (your choice). Why you might want to wait a couple of weeks: Motorola's Moto X Pure is coming out in a few weeks, Apple is unveiling its new iPhones on September 9, and the annual Berlin-based electronics show, IFA, promises at least a couple of headliner phones to consider (most IFA news will hit the first week of September). Why the S6 is still CNET's Editors' choice: The Samsung Galaxy S6 isn't quite as sexy as the Edge or Edge+ and not as powerful as the Note 5. It still lacks a removable battery and the microSD card that longtime Samsung fans have come to love.
Yet the omission in the Note 5 seems more damaging -- after all, this strongfit designers case for apple iphone 7 plus and 8 plus - geometric blue black is the sixth iteration of Samsung's power-user's phone, and, unlike the S6, there's no 128GB option, So, in a nutshell, the standard S6 remains our CNET Editors' Choice because it's the most approachable to casual users, the more prudent buy, and the better value overall, Still, whichever one you pick -- the S6, Note 5 or either of the S6 Edges -- is truly an equally smart buy, If you're into design aesthetics, choose the Edge or Edge+, If you're not, stick with the comparatively smaller S6 or larger Note 5..
And if you're still unsure, get yourself into your nearest retailer for a little hands-on time of your own. Bar none, it's the best way to determine which of these four is the phone for you. Four superphones with four similar styles and specs. We'll help break down the pros, cons, and how much extra you pay to upgrade from the S6 to the S6 Edge to the Note 5 to the Edge+. Whew. S6, Edge, Note 5, Edge+. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
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