Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone was launched in March 2015 and it becomes very famous right now due to its amazing features and price compared to iphones. So Here are the samsung galaxy s6 features ,price and reviews.
Features Of Samsung Galaxy S6:
Display: 5.1 inches with Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen.
Protection: Corning Gorrila glass 4
Android: 5.0(Lollipop) upgradable to 6.0(Marshmellow)
Processor: Octa Core 2.1 GHz
Memory: RAM: 3GB
Internal Memory: 32/64/128 GB
Camera-Primary: 16 MP with LED flash
Secondary: 5 MP
Sensors: Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, heart rate
Battery: 2,550 mAh fast charging
Color: White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum, Blue Topaz
Pros and Cons:
The upscale Samsung Galaxy S6’s smooth glass-and-matte-metal body improved fingerprint reader, and convenient new camera shortcut key makes the phone a stunner. Samsung’s decluttered take on Android 5.0 brings the beauty inside. Another are as follow
Quality look and feel
Wireless and fast charging
Longtime fans will bristle at the Galaxy S6’s non removable battery and absent expandable storage. The phone has an intensely reflective backing and looks embarrassingly like the iPhone 6
Battery not good enough
Price too high
Some App crashing issues
Battery life is not good
Samsung Galaxy S6 price in India:
Flipkart offers the price of 37,969/-
InfiBeam offers the price of 34,899/-
Amazon Offers the price of 34,900/-
Review of Samsung Galaxy S6:
The Galaxy S6 is a big improvement on the S5, with the glass and metal design bringing the phone up to the quality we think its price demands. That’s not to say that everything is perfect: as much as we love the phone’s metal design, its smooth, rounded corners make it feel extremely slippery to hold, and it constantly felt like it was about to fall out of our hand.
It doesn’t help that the S6 has a glass back either, as this provides very little purchase when you’re using the phone single-handed. The S6 Edge, on the other hand, skirts around this issue by having a thinner, more angular frame to accommodate its curved screen, making it much easier and more comfortable to grip. You never thought you would miss Samsung’s faux-leather back panels. The phone’s rounded edges also have the strange effect of making the S6 appear considerably fatter in your hand compared to the S6 Edge, despite the fact the S6 is actually 0.2mm slimmer, measuring 6.8mm compared to the 7mm on the Edge. S6 Edge feels like the more premium product.
The S6 makes up for its small design issues with its stunning 5.1in Super AMOLED display. With a resolution of 2,560×1,440, the phone has the highest pixel density (577ppi) of any handset, beating the LG G3, which has the same resolution and a larger 5.5in screen.
Samsung has finally started rolling out Android 6.0 for its current flagship smartphones. It’s taken a while to get here, but the update is finally available to download free of charge. The interface has been brought up-to-date with some smart new icons and more use of white in menus, you can also switch the color palette easily with new themes.
S6 is flat, you won’t find any of the extra features that the S6 Edge has, such as People Edge, the Information Stream or the Night Clock.
The S6’s 2,550mAh battery isn’t quite as large as the Galaxy S5’s 2,800mAh battery, or indeed the one in the S6 Edge, which is 50mAh bigger.
The processor also uses ARM’s big.LITTLE technology, as it has four cores running at 2.1GHz for high-intensity tasks and another four running at a slightly slower 1.5GHz for more low-powered jobs, which should help save battery life when the phone doesn’t need to run at full speed. Finally, the chip is 64-bit, making the most of the 64-bit Android 5.0 OS.
Samsung has used the same 16-megapixel camera here as in the S6 Edge. This is the same resolution as on the S5, but this time around there’s a brighter f/1.9 aperture lens, which Samsung claims lets in 34% more light than the f/2.2 lens on the S5.
Samsung no longer provides a microSD card slot for the S6, instead relying on the phone’s internal storage only. While this may make the handset more expensive, we can understand why Samsung has gone down this route. Without it, Samsung can use an all-encompassing chassis which not only makes the phone a more sturdy product.
With 32GB, 64GB and 128GB versions available you should be able to find the version that matches your storage requirements. Just bear in mind that the S6 Edge doesn’t have a 32GB version, as the base model starts at 64GB.
Should you buy this phone?
Looking to spend on a top-end Android phone? Then this is definitely one of your top bets.