Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ is expected to be launched on August 12th, together with the Galaxy Note 5, but before that happens, we’re being treated to another set of leaks. This time we get to see a dummy of the Galaxy S6 Edge+, that gives us an idea of what the size of the device will be.



As you can see in the pictures, the device is compared to the Galaxy Note 4 and it’s pretty close to its size, albeit narrower. We already know the diagonal of the S6 Edge will jump to 5.7 inches in this case and we’ll be getting a Super AMOLED panel here with Quad HD resolution. The dual curved edge screen is integrated here, as well as an Exynos 7420 CPU, but there will also be a Snapdragon 808 version, apparently.


3 GB of RAM and the same camera as the Galaxy S6 Edge are promised here. The product is said to be reaching the stores on August 21st and all of this fuss with the August launch was done to counter the September debut of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. I wonder what the actual selling point is for the S6 Edge+…



via sammobile

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