Most rumours about the next flagship device from smartphone giant Samsung, have been authenticated after the official unveiling of the Galaxy S6 and Edge at the Mobile World Congress on March 1, in Barcelona.
The sleek flagship duo are set to offer consumers more than enough storage space to store all songs, pictures, movies and documents without ever having to worry about an external memory.
Unlike most Samsung devices, the Galaxy S6 has no SD card slot. This is however justified in the 32 GB worth of in built memory and 115 GB cloud storage it comes with. The cloud service which is being provided by Microsoft’s One Drive gives users the opportunity to access all their files from wherever they are and whenever. The service which usually comes at a cost, would be absolutely free for Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge customers.
With the One Drive cloud storage, consumers are assured of ample storage space for all photos, videos, documents etc. allaying fears of exhausting the in-built memory of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
With glass front and back encased in metal, the ultra-thin and lightweight Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge look as premium as it gets. The smartphone is going to be available in four colours when it hits the shelves.
The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge is expected to officially launch in April, 2015.