Last year, Samsung debuted an entirely new design language. Ditching the glossy plastic for glass and an aluminum frame. Most people loved the new design. However that also meant that there was no more microSD card slot and no more removable battery. Samsung also debuted a new smartphone in the Galaxy S6 Edge, which featured curved display on each side. The Galaxy Note Edge the year before was curved on just one side, and actually made things a bit odd. The Galaxy S6 Edge has a dual-curved display and also makes for a sweet looking smartphone. Samsung has also built in some features to take advantage of that dual-curved display with People Edge and App Edge. Allowing you to swipe in and jump to apps and such without going to your launcher first.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge debuted at Mobile World Congress in 2015, and was released in April of the same year. Now that we are approaching the release of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, we’re looking at a price drop for the Galaxy S6 Edge, and it’s down to $539. This is for the 32GB model, for those who are wondering. This is also unlocked, meaning it will work fine on both AT&T and T-Mobile’s networks, without having to do anything extra.Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge