The Galaxy S6 edge+ is bigger and more powerful than its predecessor with its curved 5.7 inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, improved video capabilities, new connectivity features, and a boost to 4 GB of RAM. And, you’ll only be able to use Samsung Pay if you have one of the company’s newest devices like the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Edge+, or Note 5.
The S6 Edge+ is a larger version of the S6 Edge launched earlier this year, while the Note 5 offers the same specifications plus the S Pen stylus for writing on the screen.
Samsung has confirmed that South Africans will have to wait a few weeks to get their hands on the company’s latest gadgets.
According to Forbes, since the Galaxy Note 5 is productivity designed smartphone that has been released to replace the older Galaxy Note 4.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ has been officially announced at the Samsung Unpacked 2015 event, following weeks of rumours and leaks. So why isn’t it launching the Galaxy Note 5 in England?
Samsung will be hoping its new devices will reignite consumer interest which is being taken by rivals such as Apple and Chinese manufacturers like Huawei and Xiaomi. For those curious as to what the Galaxy Note 5 will bring, one of those of course would be the S Pen.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is already available for pre-ordering, in Black Sapphire, White Pearl, Gold Platinum and the above mentioned Silver Titanium.
However, Samsung has slumped in recent years, falling to 21pc of world phone sales despite selling more phones overall than Apple. Notably, the S6 Edge+ doesn’t come in a 128GB variant.
On the back, the phone has a 16 MP camera, with f/1.9 aperture and optical image stabilization, while on the front we’re looking at a 5 MP selfie unit.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 runs in Android 5.1 Lollipop with Samsung TouchWiz interface and customizations.
Both phones have identical specs, with the only major difference being the display.