5 Reasons To Buy The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

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5 Reasons To Buy The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.

Samsung loves an awkward launch event. Seoul – Samsung Electronics will use more premium materials in mobile devices to win customers and offer a wider range of connected devices after losing its outright lead in the smartphone market to Apple.Samsung, recently announced its latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S6 at the just-ended Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona with a carefully crafted metal and glass design.

The plan includes more smartphones with metal casings, slim designs and high-definition displays across its range of models, Co-Chief Executive Officer Shin Jong Kyun said at the company’s annual shareholder meeting in Seoul on Friday. Samsung’s unveiling of new Galaxy S6 phones this month has spurred a stock rally on expectations the company can revive earnings and stem a slide in market share that saw Apple surge into a tie for global leadership. The devices include the company’s own processor chips and a model with a screen that stretches from the front down both sides. “Samsung Electronics aims to consolidate its leadership in the premium market and plans to newly change the smartphone line-up to strengthen competitiveness,” said Shin, who heads the mobile phone business. The Samsung Galaxy S6 can charge faster than any other smartphone and now supports wireless charging, there’s no real loss in trading the replaceable battery for the S6’s fantastic industrial design. Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge is by no means a solution to the unstable power situation but, it will surely reduce the burden of “dead” phone batteries.

Kwon Oh Hyun, who leads the components business, said the company will try to tap new demand in the business-to-business market as well as smart home and health devices. The Suwon, South Korea-based company is moving workers and boosting investment to build a future beyond mobile phones as it tries to create a hit from what’s known as the Internet of things, technology that stitches together phones, cameras, sprinklers and roads. Samsung is pouring more than $21 billion into capital expenditure this year to grab a bigger slice of revenue from the 1 billion handsets sold by rivals by supplying chips and displays. Net income will probably decline 4 percent to 22.2 trillion won ($19.8 billion) in the year ending December, according to the average of 41 analysts’ estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Multiple manufacturers have recently launched new phones that they’ll happily exchange for a slice of your hard-earned, blood, sweat and tear-soaked cash.

None more so than the forever embattled, multi-billion dollar underdog Samsung, which is looking to regain some credibility after the Galaxy S5 failed so spectacularly last year. Verified email addresses: All users on Independent Media news sites are now required to have a verified email address before being allowed to comment on articles.

Where Apple Pay requires the point-of-sale till to accept NFC, Samsung Pay can use existing magnetic-stripe technology that’s widely-used in the US and worldwide (Samsung says 30 million vendors use magnetic-stripe worldwide). This gives Samsung Pay an immediate advantage in that US and Korean customers will be able to use it pretty much anywhere they wish the day they boot the Edge up. According to some extensive benchmarking, multi-core performance is 56% faster than Apple’s A8 chip in the iPhone 6 and 15% faster than Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 chip (which is included in the HTC One M9, LG G Flex 2 and most other 2015 flagships). Samsung also sent TouchWiz off to The Biggest Loser for the winter and it has returned 40% less tubby, which apparently adds some extra zap to the phone’s overall speed.

There’s also “Edge Lighting” that, when the device is face down, illuminates the surface with a colour that’s assigned to a particular contact. The more accurate scanner also has additional, useful functions such as combining with Samsung Pay for mobile payments, and quickly launching the camera via double tap. Samsung argues that the more efficient chipset and less bloated TouchWiz makes up for the smaller battery, but we’ll have to wait for the full review before we can fully investigate.

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