Joe, 26 Feb 2015What are those dots both sides of home button, where back and menu buttons are supposed to be?Those are nothing but some simple dots to identify some particular dimensions or something else to the technicians. These are the pre-launch images of the smartphones, and we must not forget this. Probably, those dots are not present on the body, but on the plastic/polythene sticked to the body as seems to be in this image.
The Android on those screens seems to be a 4.4.4. and definitely not like something new, as they promiced)
That's why i am in doubt aboud those pictures)
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2015yepSamsung doesn't use premium materials. This plastic back looks cheap. Now what is your problem slim unibody with metal and glass. It's not haute couture to see something you haven't seen before, it's just a smartphone that feels premium well made and I hope with good ergonomic design as always with Samsung. Stop criticising everything. I know it will have the best hardware so now I'm just waiting for the software which is the only weakness of this company.
No microsd card slot or removable battery? R.I.P. for Galaxy series :/
The back looks rounded. If im not mistaken this must be a fake since the s6 drawings show a flat back.
Joe, 26 Feb 2015What are those dots both sides of home button, where back and menu buttons are supposed to be?it's test versions of phones.
I think this is not S6 ;)
looks nice but i would prefer the snapdragon 810.. sure, the exynos is better in the cpu department but the cpus are fast enough anyways. when the phone stutters than its because of the gpu and looking to the htc one m9 snapdragon 810 benchmark at gfxbench.com, the snapgraon features 45-75% more fps depending on the benchmark than the galaxy note 4 with the mali 760. the galaxy s6 will keep the same gpu so i dont think that it will improve that much since 75% is not a small step ahead
The phones shown today ARE NOT THE SAME as the the phones(S6?) shown yesterday.(but no word in the article about that, lol, and no excuse)
On the yesterday's "leak" the phone was with rounded frame edges. But on today's image those edges are flat. Check it out.
Yesterday's was definitely FAKE. Today's images-pictures look more legit to me, though(?). And you can not say if there is SD slot or removable battery, OR NOT, according those pictures.
Or if the back is made of glass or something else?
Same look and no memory card...
That is what everybody was complaining about G2 and HTC one...
Definitely another shot in the foot for Samsung.
Time to try those high quality chinese phones i guess. Bye Samsung
Well. Cant see any difference for S6 Edge ?! At least not as much as the 'Note Edge'
Joe, 26 Feb 2015What are those dots both sides of home button, where back and menu buttons are supposed to be?i think they forgot. It will be in their new galaxy s7.
Kostaspap, 26 Feb 2015Am I the only one here who like this device?yep
What are those dots both sides of home button, where back and menu buttons are supposed to be?
someone, 26 Feb 2015What is the point of having yhe edge version? It is useless Its their useless innovation, like smart stay, heart beat sensor...etc
The only thing they got right to justify it as a Samsung is the IR Blaster.
It doesn't have any of the following that Make Samsung Special, especially compared to Apple:
1. Removable Battery
2. Upgradable Memory
Why did they go through all this trouble and still end up with a plastic looking back and loss of all the previous functionality of an S series phone?
AnonD-72853, 26 Feb 2015I like the 'protruding' metal edges of the Galaxy Alpha... Why don't they use it on these flagships?They will., for the galaxy s-alpha2