Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ Vs Galaxy S6 Edge Vs Galaxy S6 [Specs Comparison]

Here’s a specs and features comparison between Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ vs Galaxy S6 Edge vs Galaxy S6 in a head-to-head chart.

Now that the Galaxy S6 Edge+ has seen the light of day after it was unveiled at the Samsung Unpacked event just two days back, it is only natural that fans would want to see a comparison between the company’s latest phone and the slightly older S6 and S6 Edge. We compare the features and specs of all three phones right here, followed by a comparison chart.


The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge set themselves apart from the rest of the smartphones that the Korean giant had offered in the past, by delivering an exceptional premium construction of glass and metal. The S6 lineup wasn’t too keen on the display size, with Samsung already having the Note series under its belt to cater for the phablet market.

However, things took a surprising turn when images and information about the S6 Edge+ started leaking on the web. So what’s the fuss you ask? Well there isn’t much really, the phone is in fact a larger S6 Edge at best, coming in with a massive 5.7-inches of display. Samsung has gone with the same 4K display as seen in the S6 and S6 Edge, but where these two phones packed a 577 ppi density, the Edge+ manages 518, but that’s really a non-discernible difference right there.

While you’re unlikely to find a major differences between the hardware of the two, barring the obvious 3000mAh battery found in the Edge+, what comes of interesting are the dimensions of the new phone. Where the S6 and S6 Edge sport a 70.7-percent and 71.7-percent screen-to-body ratio, the S6 Edge+ comes in with 75.6% which happens to be even greater than the LG G3, and that’s saying something. The larger S6 Edge+ even happens to be slimmer than its younger sibling, which tells us that Samsung hasn’t just stretched the S6 Edge, unlike what was assumed by many.

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The S6 Edge+ also packs a new Bluetooth 4.2 protocol where the S6 and S6 Edge carry Bluetooth 4.1. As for the colors, Samsung has introduced a new Silver Titan option which is exclusive to the new phone for now, but who’s to say it won’t flow over to the rest of the S6 lineup.

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So, would you rather save on the cash and go for the entry level S6, or empty your wallet for the S6 Edge or Edge+? Let us know in the comments section below.

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