Samsung Galaxy S6 edge vs Samsung Galaxy S5
Decent, but not stellar – this about sums up call quality on both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S5.
Galaxy S6 edge manages to outlast the S5 in out battery test, despite the smaller battery and the nutty specs.
Surprisingly enough given the smaller battery and better specs, the Galaxy S6 edge achieved more than that - 8 hours and 11 minutes – bringing it into our “excellent” category. It should be noted that the screen brightness couldn't be brought up to our standard 200 nits mark that we use for testing, but stayed about 180 nits, which might explain a part of this superior battery life for the S6 edge. The phone also offers built-in multistandard wireless charging, and rapid juicing for 10 minutes will provide you 4 hours of usage, according to Samsung.
The Galaxy S6 edge launches a multipronged assault on any handset that dares to challenge it, and last year's S5 inevitably falls a victim to its uniqueness. It's not only the futuristic dual edge screen that the S6 edge wields, but also the premium glittering chassis that runs circles around the Galaxy S5's soft plastic, scoffing at the fact that the S6 edge doesn't have a waterproof rating like its predecessor.
With its not-that-useful, yet rather extraordinary looking curved display, record-breaking silicon, a better camera, longer battery life, and Samsung Pay service, the S6 edge is very easy to pick compared to the Galaxy S5. Until you arrive at the pricing, that is.
The S6 edge is more than twice as expensive as the S5, so you should really consider if you need the curved display premium. If you are into new and cool, though, the S6 edge is as futureproof as they get at the moment, and will probably hold its value for a long time, unlike the S5's assets that started depreciating rapidly the moment it launched.