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As expected, the Samsung Galaxy Note5 isn't the only new handset to debut at Samsung's Unpacked event. The company introduced the Galaxy S6 edge+ with a 5.7" dual-curve display and an Exynos 7420 chipset with 4GB of RAM.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ offers a slightly bigger display than S6 edge, more RAM and larger battery.. The new Super AMOLED is 5.7 inches and keeps the resolution at Quad HD, which adds up to 518 ppi pixel density.

The Exynos 7420 powerhouse is once again powering a Galaxy flagship, just like it did the Galaxy S6 edge. It offers an octa-core processor with 4x Cortex-A53 @1.5GHz and 4x Cortex-A57 @2.1GHz, Mali-T760MP8 graphics and 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM. The smaller S6 edge comes with "just" 3GB RAM.
The main camera seems to be the unchanged - a 16MP snapper with optical image stabilization and f/1.9 aperture. A front 5MP selfie shooter is also onboard, again with a bright f/1.9 aperture.

The connectivity package is as impressive as it can get - LTE Cat.9/Cat.6 (market dependent), Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 4.2 with ANT+, NFC, GPS (A-GPS, GLONASS, Beidou), plus support for Samsung Pay via Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST).

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ is powered by e 3,000 mAh battery and is capable of fast charging both on cable and wireless charger. The phone comes wireless charging enabled, buy you'll need to by the charger itself separately.

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ runs on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop skinned with the latest TouchWiz UI. It also supports the newest KNOX version.

The Galaxy S6 edge+ will be available in 32GB and 64GB flavors and will come in 4 color options to choose from - Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium and White Pearl.





About Chris Oni

Born in 1990 and raised up in video games his first video game console was ColecoVision followed by PS1 and moving up to PS4 while also he was using his first computer running MS-DOS. He like technology and gadgets so he decided to create a small blog "ProjecTech" and start writing about tech news as a hobby. His passion about technology and computers does not end here, he studied Computer and Information Security (CIS) in Sheffield Hallam University where he graduated.
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