3D thermoformed Gorilla Glass 4 at the front, which has been heated and bent sideways to wrap around the flexible AMOLED with plastic substrate that makes the dual edge display of the unique flagship. That still doesn't explain why some units come pre-scratched out of the box, and others don't, though, so it might be a batch problem. As if to back this suspicion up, a picture has emerged that shows a gap in color representation from a scratched to a non-scratched Galaxy S6 edge, with the image post-processed to show quite a visible difference for even the untrained eye.The S6 edge has a proprietary
So far the issue seems to be mostly with T-Mobile models, of course, as no other carrier is shipping the S6 edge yet, but the sample is still too small for this to be called a thing, or considered widespread. Have you noticed your brand new Galaxy S6 edge looking like a weathered display unit yet?