Samsung Galaxy S6 Games
Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on March 1, 2015, as a fresh successor to 2014’s Galaxy S5. Aside from the general shape and size, there’s not much in common between the two consecutive models. Alongside the S6 came the Galaxy S6 Edge, a variant of the S6 with identical specs, but with a curved screen that wraps around the sides of the device.
The Galaxy S6 has the same sized 5.1-inch screen and button placements, but is made of a solid metal frame with Gorilla Glass 4 on both sides giving it a completely different look and feel. This differs greatly from the previous year’s Galaxy S5 which was constructed mostly of plastic. The display is now QHD (2560x1440), and the internals have been bumped up to support it — with an Exynos octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 32/64/128GB of storage and initialy run on Android 5.0.2.
The camera on the Galaxy S6 is one of its brightest new features, carrying over the same image sensor and optical image stabilization from the Galaxy Note 4. The camera on the S6 features a f/1.9 aperture, HDR, and object tracking autofocus. New features combined with better low-light performance make the camera on the Galaxy S6 one of the best we’ve seen on an Android phone thus far.
One aspect of the Galaxy S6 that left a bit to be desired was the non-removable 2550 MAh battery. Unlike the S5 — which had great battery life for most and featured a swappable battery — the S6 battery life was not on par for most, leaving many complaints about the need to charge frequently since the phone did not make it through the day on a single charge.