Our first impressions of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge after seeing them in person and playing with them for a while paint the picture of a trend-setting 2015 flagship smartphone. The company has finally achieved the premium feel to match the top end specs, and the Galaxy S6 edge in particular is quite the looker.
Whether the software is final or will receive some finishing touches remains to be seen, but even in pre-production state the camera delivers. Yes, it's the same proven sensor from the Galaxy Note 4/Note Edge, but behind a new lens, and thus a detailed comparison is due in the near future. Still, even at this point, one can safely assume that the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge will satisfy demanding photography enthusiasts on the move.
On the performance front things are as expected and the Galaxy S6 scores top-notch benchmark results. The Exynos 7420 was the computing beast, it was rumored to be, and may start raising questions if Samsung at all needs the collaboration with Qualcomm for its top-tier devices.
We're genuinely excited with Samsung's latest high-end pair and we're looking forward to seeing them at the office for the usual routine.