Samsung’s new smartphones Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge both look and feel more premium than its predecessor the S5. And those are not the only differences. 

Samsung Launchs The Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge 3

The S6’s rear camera uses a 16-megapixel sensor, and has an F1.9 aperture.

For starters, the Galaxy S6 comes with a metallic frame made of aerospace alloy and a glass back. Its display still stands at 5.1 inches diagonally like the S5, but the resolution has gone up from full HD to QHD (i.e., 2,560 x 1,440 pixels). Wireless charging functionality is now built into the phone, both WPC and PMA standards are supported. Despite this, the S6 remains a very thin phone; and at 143.4 x 70.5 x 6.8mm, it’s thinner than the S5, and also lighter (138 vs. 145g).

Samsung Launchs The Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge Smartphones

Samsung’s current modus operandi is to differentiate through screen curvature, as seen on the S6 Edge.

The new Galaxy S6 Edge is a 5.1-inch, curved OLED smartphone that’s sexy (curves are always sexy), and is now the flagship model and poster child of the Galaxy S series. Besides the curved screen, both phones are technologically alike, but the S6 Edge packs a slightly bigger battery than the regular S6 (2,600 vs. 2,550mAh).

Here’s a video that explains it all a little better:

Both phones will launch on April 10.

For a more detailed review, go to Hardware Zone