See the innards of Samsung's Galaxy S6 edge+ in this "inboxing / unboxing" video
The inboxing part is particularly interesting, because it doesn't refer to just placing the S6 edge+ into a box. It's also showing us how the new Galaxy is being assembled.
As you'll see in the video - embedded below - you can take a look at how the extra-large S6 edge comes to life piece by piece: motherboard, battery, fingerprint scanner, curved display, cameras, wireless charging coil, metal frame, and - finally - the glass-made rear shell. Then the handset is packaged, and sent to end users to unbox it and power it on for the first time.
Already available to buy in lots of markets around the world, the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ is pretty much an enlarged variant of the S6 edge that was released back in April (as you may remember, the regular S6 edge was also unboxed in an unusual way). You can - and should - read our Galaxy S6 edge+ review to find out more about the new smartphone. And, if you want, you could also check out our very own Galaxy S6 edge+ unboxing.