If you’ve enjoyed watching our benchmark shootout between the fastest Android smartphones “right now”, you may want to also know that benchmarks aren’t necessarily the most accurate way to tell how fast a phone is.
For those of you wondering the performance differences between the Exynos 7420 processor on the Galaxy S6/S6 Edge vs. Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 on the HTC One M9/LG G Flex 2, we did a bunch of Antutu benchmark tests to find out.
For those of you who want to replace the screen or other parts like the camera or micro-USB port on your Galaxy S6 Edge, you will want to know how to disassemble and re-assemble the device.
So you want the best smartphone in the world with the best 4K UHD?
Well, even if you didn’t want the best 4K recording, we are here to shed some light on the 4K UHD video recording performance between the Galaxy S6/S6 Edge and the HTC One M9. (FYI, both the S6 and S6 Edge have same camera.)
For those of you who have bought a Galaxy S6 or the S6 Edge, you will definitely want to get a case to protect the glass back and Gorilla Glass 4. And if you don’t have insurance on your phone, I highly recommend you to get a case as it will save you hundreds of dollars the next time you drop your phone.
The Galaxy S6 Edge is twin brother of the regular S6 with a twist, that it was two curved edges on the screen. CPU, camera, software, and pretty much everything else but the screen is identical on the S6 Edge compared to the S6. The S6 Edge retails $100 more than the regular S6 and really, is it worth the extra $100?
With the first Galaxy series launched without a removable battery, the Galaxy S6 poses problems for many who may want to not hug a wall all day long. And also ironically, not hugging a wall was one of Samsung’s famous marketing tactics.