The already-smoldering smartphone wars just got more interesting with the arrival of Sammy's latest and greatest!
Do any of you guys have a Samsung Galaxy S5? It's a damn nice phone but, sorry bro, it's about to feel O-L-D-! courtesy of the shiny little thing below:
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You just saw the new top dog of Samsung's universe, the Galaxy S6. It seems like only yesterday when we geeks were starstruck at the Galaxy S5, and now its successor is here. What's the rush, Sammy?
We're not complaining though! Unveiled at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, the Android-powered Galaxy S6 definitely has the drool-worthy thingamajigs you'd expect from a next-gen smartphone. And what better way to show that than to compare it to its predecessor, which is still one heckuva device!
To summarize: The Galaxy S6 has 50-percent more RAM, a higher resolution display, bigger internal storage, and more megapixels up front. It's also thinner, which is impressive considering the hardware upgrades it has over its older bro. Too bad it has a smaller battery capacity but hey, you can't have it all, right?
We're also told that the Galaxy S6 now has a unibody construction (read: it has no back cover) and a glass-metal construction. That's definitely better than the Galaxy S5's plastic-ky construction, donthchathink?
Now we know what you're itching to ask: How does it stack up hardware-wise to that one phone Android users loathe the most but still secretly want, the iPhone 6? It's a close fight, to say the least!
We don't know which one is better (overall user-experience is still the best judge after all, and that changes with every user), but this we know: With the arrival of the Galaxy S6, the already-heated smartphone wars just got a lot more interesting!
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