The Samsung Galaxy S6, which was unveiled at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, will launch in the US on April 11, according to a report from Phone Arena, which cited a source working with one of the four major US carriers.
As per the report, all four major carriers in the country - AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile - will start offering the device on the same day. As for the Galaxy S6 Edge, the device would be launched in a “limited capacity,” just like the Galaxy Note Edge.
The report also notes that Samsung reps are currently visiting retail outlets around the country, providing demo and training on the new devices.Via
I have had 4 samsung phones. Current note 3. All good for 6 months to year then go bad due to nasty samsung bloat ware. Poor battery life and run slow. No more samsung for me. Going to go back. To htc or lg. may eve consider windows phone.
My iPhone 6 is bent from normal day use. It is time to switch to Android.