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Samsung 2015 Upcoming Mobiles Review|Comment|Specification|Features

Samsung 2015 Upcoming Mobiles Review|Comment|Specification|Features
Samsung Galaxy S6

If you're a Samsung fan but would rather stick to a phone than a phablet then the S6 is just what you're looking for. With Samsung finally answering build-quality criticisms, it follows in the trend of the Galaxy Alpha and Galaxy Note 4 with a metal and glass body.

Samsung 2015 Upcoming Mobiles Review|Comment|Specification|Features
Samsung 2015 Upcoming Mobiles Review|Comment|Specification|Features
There's also a quad-HD screen, plus plenty of other radical new features, including a super-fast Samsung Exynos processor (paired with 3GB of RAM), and a redesigned fingerprint scanner that works a lot more like Apple's Touch ID and, you know, actually works. The Samsung Galaxy S6 was unveiled at a Samsung Unpacked event on 1 March 2015, and went on sale on 10 April 2015. Prices start at £559 SIM-free.

Samsung Galaxy S6 mini

A second version of the Samsung Galaxy S6 launched alongside the standard S6 at MWC. It follows the trend set by the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge, but with two curved screen edges rather than one and a marginally higher-capacity battery than is found in the S6.

In other respects the specs are in line with the standard S6, but expect to pay a premium for that fancy screen. Learn more about the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge here, which went on sale in the UK on 10 April 2015. Prices start at £749 SIM-free for the 64GB version.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active

Samsung has confirmed its Galaxy A7, a gorgeous phablet with a 6.3mm unibody metal chassis, a 5.5in Super AMOLED screen and a 64-bit octa-core processor. The Samsung Galaxy A7 is not yet on sale on the UK, but will come in both single- and dual-SIM variants. Read all about the Samsung Galaxy A7 here.

Samsung Galaxy A7

Everyone always bangs on about Samsung's Galaxy S line-up, but it's the Note series that really impresses. The Note 4 was unveiled at a Samsung Unpacked event prior to September's IFA tradeshow (3 September 2014), and right now sits at the top of our fastest smartphone and best phablet charts.

Traditionally Samsung's Note launches are held at IFA in September, but rumours suggest we might see the Note 5 as early as July to give it a headstart on the new iPhones. Check out all the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 rumours here.
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