Samsung declared the Galaxy S6 in Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on March 1, 2015, as a brand new successor to 2014’s Galaxy S5. Apart from the overall form and dimensions, there is not much in common between both successive models. Together with the S6 arrived the S6 border, a version of those S6 with equal specs, but using a curved display that wraps around the surfaces of the gadget.
The Galaxy S6 has exactly the same sized 5.1-inch display and switch placements, but is still produced from a solid metal frame using Gorilla Glass 4 to either side giving it a very different feel and look. This differs considerably from the prior season’s Galaxy S5 that was constructed largely of plastic. The screen has become QHD (2560×1440), and also the internals are bumped up to encourage it — using an Exynos octa-core chip, 3GB of RAM along with 32/64/128GB of storage.
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