Times, they are a changing, and the smartphone landscape once dominated by Apple's iPhone are ceding ground to their biggest competitor. Samsung's latest Galaxy offerings are the S6 and S6 Edge, the company's most robust offering since...well, their last device.
Taking a cue from Apple, the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are solid state peripherals that no longer allow for expandable storage capacities or easily replaceable batteries. Like the iPhone or HTC One, what you see is what you get. On the upside is you get a very intuitive OS, industry leading optics in the cameras, and unmatched onscreen multi-tasking.
Now Apple aficionados may scoff at what the Samsung S6/Edge brings to the table, but there is no denying that this is the best smartphone Samsung has ever created. The real question is: Do you really need the Edge?
For an unbiased look at the Samsung Galaxy S6 here's Gizmodo's take on it: Samsung S6
But what of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge? After all, it is what the iPhone 6 Plus is to the iPhone 6 minus the size. Is the S6 Edge really worth the US$100.00 premium carriers are charging for it? At ItsWorthMore.com we're split. The S6 Edge has capabilities the S6 does not have, but are they that important? Here's a comprehensive write up on the differences between the two via: Trusted Reviews
While some of us at ItsWorthMore.com are content with the Samsung Galaxy S6, others can't help but think the Edge is the way of the future and are getting onboard now. In the end, it may come down to the issue of function over finance.