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. These features are sure to be a best-seller in in lieu of the current unstable power supply.
The S6 and S6 Edge batteries support fast charging that can offer up to 4 hours of usage times after only 10 minutes of charging. Samsung’s Ultra Power Saving Mode, which can keep you on the grid if your battery level hits the danger zone, returns in the new models. It doesn’t end there, Samsung’s new flagship phones comes with wireless charging, a feature which makes It easy or convenient to charge with wires or cables
Both the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are by far the biggest steps forward in terms of design and innovation which establishes Samsung’s leadership in mobile technology. With a carefully crafted metal and glass frame, the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge blend purposeful design with powerful features. At the MWC, Samsung announced that the S6 battery is not removable and this has raised many eyebrows about the phone.
However, Samsung’s stance on this is quite understandable. 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. Other exciting features on both phones include an internal memory space of 32GB which should be more than enough to satisfy most consumers.
The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will launch globally on April 10.