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The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge takes its design cues from the Note 4, but it's still unclear how useful that little sliver of screen will be over time.
The Galaxy S6 has a series of new colors that are designed to give you an emotional not industrial reaction.
Samsung has built in wireless charging into the Galaxy S6 with the aim of making refueling faster and easier.
The Galaxy S6 edge gets its own colors.
Samsung's productivity pitch is that multitasking is easier and more fluid than before.
Another view of how you can stack windows on Samsung's flagship device.
Split screen usage is likely to be the norm on the Galaxy S6. A 5-inch screen only gives you so much space for windows.
While Samsung has its own apps and tools, it largely stuck with Google's Material Design principles.
Samsung added color coding to contacts so when the phone rings you can see who it is on your Galaxy S6 edge screen.
The Microsoft bundle on Samsung's Galaxy S6 is thin. Why no Office apps? Maybe it's that Google partnership.
Samsung is rolling out a series of new smart covers to go with its flagship smartphone.
Samsung's Galaxy S6 has glass on the front and back, but has been designed so the frame takes the force if you drop it.