Samsung has officially dropped support for the 2015 Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones while Apple’s 2013 iPhone 5s continues to get updates and support even today. Here are the details.
One unlucky user's Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ apparently started sizzling and emitting fumes when it was plugged in and charging, that too with an official Samsung charger.
Samsung has released Android Marshmallow update for the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge along with some enhanced features including a wider edge panel for the S6 Edge. Here are the details.
The introduction of new hardware from one of the world's largest smartphone manufacturers doesn't just mean new shiny goodness for tech fans who love the latest device. It also means price reductions on older hardware that will directly benefit those consumers who simply don't feel the need to own the latest and greatest release. As of right now, Samsung has applied further reductions to last year's Galaxy S6 taking the price down to a very reasonable $450 for off contract unlocked model. Galaxy S6 normally retails for around $500.
It seems that Samsung is truly serious about upping the ante when it comes to luring iPhone users across to Android. Samsung recently unveiled its "Ultimate Test Drive" program that allowed iPhone users to get their hands on a Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6 Edge+, or Galaxy S6 for a simple $1 outlay. Now, it seems that those who were excited to take Samsung up on the offer are in for an additional treat if they decide to make the switch across to Samsung and Android permanent.
Here is a list of Samsung Galaxy S devices which will get Android 6.0 Marshmallow update, slated for release sometime this fall. Is your device on the list?
Here's a specs comparison between Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs Galaxy Note 4 vs Galaxy S6. If you're in the market for a new Samsung Android device, which do you go for? This side-by-side specs comparison should help.
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.
If you have been on the fence about ordering a Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge and are a fan of T-Mobile, then now may be the time to get that order in after the company slashed prices by as much as $200.
Samsung just can't quite catch a break right now, and after posting another worrying earnings report, the company has started its first round of Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge price cuts. Unfortunately however, if you want to see a cheaper Galaxy S phone you will need to be in the Netherlands, as that is the only Samsung store to reflect the newly discounted price as of yet. If you do have access to Samsung Netherland's online store though, a €100 (around $100 USD) discount awaits you starting on 32GB Galaxy S6, and €150 (around $165 USD) starting on 32GB S6 Edge.