Samsung took the stage today, and unveiled not a flagship, but rather two - the Galaxy S6 and the S6 edge - which are seemingly one and the same handset, just that the S6 edge comes with a slightly bent display on the sides.
Upon closer inspection, however, the Galaxy S6 edge is different enough from the stock S6 to (nudge, wink) warrant a higher price tag, just as the Note Edge is to the Note 4.
Some of these differences are artificially created by Samsung, like the exclusive colors that are only present on one of the two devices, while others separate the two in a more organic way, such as the dimensions and weight. Check out all the differences between the two new Samsung flagship, and tell us which one would you like to grab.
Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 edge: which one would you get?
Galaxy S6 edge
Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge - all the (6) differences