by Oluwapelumi Oyetimein
This year’s Mobile World Congress has just started and we are already beginning to enjoy it. From Huawei’s Smart Watch announcement to HTC’s One M9 release, it’s been cool so far.
What’s even cooler is Samsung announce of two flagship devices at the same time – the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S6 and it’s edged-screen sibling – the S6 Edge.
They both sport 16MP rear camera and 5MP front camera, 3GB DDR4 RAM and will be available in 20 countries in white, black, gold and blue colours from April 10. The screen is 5.1 inches Quad HD at 577ppi and also sport quad core processors while the chassis is made from metal, a first for Samsung’s flagships.
One very noticeable difference is a lack of expandable memory and non-removable battery which Samsung says is fine since it charges faster than the iPhone 6 and also supports wireless charging. The devices will be available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB internal memory sizes.
It will come with the new Android Lollipop.