In a little over a week from today, Samsung will hold an Unpacked event in Barcelona. Although the company hasn’t issued any official statements yet, there seems to be no doubt that during the event the latest member of the Galaxy S family will be introduced to the world. When it happens, millions of users around the planet will impatiently count days until the phones hit the stores, forgetting, at least temporarily, about last year’s flagships. However, if you are in the market for a Samsung phone right now and want to get a sweet bonus, you can take advantage of AT&T’s latest promotion. As a part of the carrier’s Clearance Sale, you can get the Galaxy S6 for free if you buy any Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphone.
If you were thinking about buying the Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, you might want to wait a bit longer, at least if you want to save some money. Earlier today Samsung released earnings report for Q2 2015 together with a statement which clearly suggests that the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S Edge might get cheaper in the near future.
Specs lists published by mobile manufacturers often tell just a part of the truth regarding the device’s performance, whereas a practical use of it verifies theory and the reality sometimes turns out to be a bit disappoint. For example the Samsung Galaxy S6 is considered one of the best Android phones released in 2015, on the other hand many users are letdown by its poor batter life. However, there’s a simple tweak that may put an end the problem not only on the Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge but also on other Android smartphones.
To celebrate the upcoming Memorial Day T-Mobile announced a new promo on the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. The special sale kicks off this weekend offering the 64GB model of the Samsung’s recent flagship with a $80 discount. This appears to be a great deal, especially when we consider the fact the Galaxy line doesn’t offer a microSD storage extension, so it’s better to purchase a model with the considerable amount of ROM space to store our files and apps.
Announced on March 1st at MWC in Barcelona, Samsung’s most awaited phone of this year, the Galaxy S6, arrived in the US earlier this month. Up until now, however, its availability was limited only to the largest carriers. It no longer is the case, as AT&T’s prepaid subsidiary Cricket added the device to its portfolio earlier today. The phone is now available in carrier’s retail stores and online.
You will have a really hard time finding any reasons to complain about the Galaxy S6. Samsung’s latest member of the Galaxy S family is a premium device inside out and as such it’s a dream phone for hundreds of thousands of users around the world. There is one little problem, though. Like other handsets of this class, the Galaxy S6 is not cheap which means that for many users their dreams won’t come true. However, believe it or not, there is one country in the world where you can score the Galaxy S6 for free.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge were announced at the beginning of the month at annual electronics show MWC but the phones weren’t available for purchase immediately. With such premium devices, it was clear that interest would be high, so the manufacturer had to secure enough units to make sure initial demand would be satisfied. It took Samsung almost an entire month to do that but finally the Galaxy S6 and the Edge variant are ready to go on sale with pre-orders starting today. Want to know which US carrier offers the cheapest Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge? Find out below.
Samsung kicks off the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge covered in 24K Gold, Rose Gold or Platinum finishes
Goldgenie is a London-based company famous for offering gold plating treatment for smartphones. We could have already seen their services being applied on the HTC One M7, M8, Apple iPhone 5S and several BlackBerry handsets. Now, it seems like Samsung in partnership with the company wants to launch a luxurious lineup of their this year’s flagships, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, which means that both handsets will be soon available covered in 24K gold.
Samsung’s new unibody design introduced last week at the Mobile World Congress along with the premiere of the fervently-awaited Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge has seemed to put an end to the removable back body case. This new approach to design depriving the Galaxy series of two most beloved features: removable battery and a microSD card support for sure disappointed many Galaxy enthusiasts. But apparently there’s an alternative for all those of you who put off purchasing the new Galaxy S6 simply discouraged by its sealed body. According to the smartphone’s manual it is possible to get inside the handset and replace its battery.
Two of the most awaited devices of this year finally hold no secrets. At the beginning of MWC 2015 with fanfare and cheering audience Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S6 and HTC took the wraps off of the One M9. Actually we knew most of it before the big event thanks to numerous leaks and rumors, but it’s always a thrilling experience to hear an official announcement. With technical details all out in the open, there was just one detail missing to complete the picture – how much the devices would cost. Now the off-contract prices have been revealed too.
Today during the Unpacking 2015 Event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona one of the biggest players in mobile market – Samsung has just unveiled their flagship smartphone for this year. The Samsung Galaxy S6 stuffed with cutting edge specs is said to mark a milestone in Samsung’s mobile history, putting to an end to all the criticism accusing the manufacturer of lacking a fresh approach to the Galaxy S line in the past two years. Already hailed the Samsung’s best smartphone ever, the handset fairly exceeds its predecessor in all fields, from body design to hardware parameters.
It’s said that nothing is certain but death and taxes, but that’s not really true: every year, like clockwork, Samsung can be expected to launch the latest iteration of its flagship Galaxy S device to coincide with the industry’s biggest trade show, Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress (a new iPhone every September is also a pretty safe bet). This year Samsung is expected to announce not one, but two handsets for this sixth iteration of the S: the so-called flat Galaxy S6, along with a Note Edge-like model, aka Galaxy S6 Edge, featuring a display that gently curves down both sides of the device and gives it the appearance of an edge-to-edge screen.
We’ve been talking about Samsung’s new flagships for a while, calling them the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. We’ve already discussed their specs, design, color options and even pricing. But frankly speaking until now we couldn’t even tell whether those names where accurate, not even mention about other features. Today, at least some of our speculations has been verified thanks to the report on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge trademark process.
It looks like all the speculations concerning the premiere of the Galaxy S6, now become facts. With Samsung sending invitations to their next “Unpacked” event scheduled to take place at this year’s Mobile World Congress, it’s been officially confirmed by the South Korean manufacturer that their new flagship is to debut on March 1st. The invitation teases the world with and image presenting a curved line unveiling what to expect from the next member of the Samsung’s Galaxy S line featuring curved display.
For many year Samsung’s Galaxy S series has been among top choices of smartphone buyers. In order to keep users interested in the lineup the company has to step ahead of the competition. That’s why each generation of Galaxy S phones brings something entirely new to the table, something users haven’t seen before. Wondering what the Galaxy S6 will offer this year? According to the latest report, the device is rumored to arrive with a new set of optional back covers with advanced functionality such as E-Ink display, fitness trainer or additional camera lenses.
How can you tell that a big electronics show is going to happen soon? Because rumors regarding new devices such as smartphones, tablets and smartwatches are rapidly increasing in frequency and intensity. As always, some of them will turn out completely bogus, but we do hope that at least a few of them are true, for example, the one which claims that the Samsung Galaxy S6 is expected to be announced on March 2nd at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Yesterday we were glad to see the Galaxy Note Edge joining AT&T, but that was yesterday. Now the whole world is speculating about the Galaxy S6 dubbed ‘Project Zero’. What these two handsets have in common? Well, they both share the unique feature of curved side edges, but whereas the Note Edge has only one curved edges, the Galaxy S6 goes even further allegedly offering its customers dual-edge screen. So, even the fact that Galaxy S5 is doing pretty well doesn’t mean Samsung will rest on their laurels, the company is already working on their next flagship.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha, which went official a couple of days ago, may not be as high-end as it was previously expected, but it does come with one feature that none of Samsung phones had so far – a metal body. And it looks like it might not be the only metal-clad device that Samsung has in store for us. According to the latest rumors, the Galaxy Alpha may actually set a new trend for Samsung handsets and the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note 4 are also tipped to arrive with metal frame.