Samsung Galaxy 6 Phone to be released April 2015

samsung galaxy 6 phone
Samsung Galaxy 6 phone.

The “Samsung Galaxy 6”:

The new generation Samsung Galaxy 6 phone is to release on April 10, 2015.  There are two styles of the phone, the Edge version and normal version.  The Edge version comes with dual curved edge display.  The camera can take wide-angle selfies, and automatic HDR pictures and 4K videos.  The screen has an amazing 5.1″ Quad HD Super AMOLED display, which is a very high picture quality (2560 x 1440, 577 ppi).  As a comparison, good quality picture require 300 ppi (pixels per inch).   The phone also comes with a 64 bit Octa-core.  This Octa-core will allow for faster processing, better website surfing, better video watching, and faster and more crisp pictures and videos for playing games.  The color of this phone is black or white.  The main customizations are the edge version with non-edge version with combination of black or white color feature.

samsung galaxy 6 phone
Samsung Galaxy 6 phone

HDR (High Dynamic Range imaging):

The camera come’s with the world’s first real time shadow reduced selective focus.  This means that the user can take pictures at low light that would result in a clearer and brighter image.  The battery charging is fast, a user can get up to four hours of battery in a 10 minutes charging scenario.  The phone also comes with a fingerprint scanner for added security.

4K (4,000 pixels resolution):

What is 4k resolution?  4K resolution means that a device or monitor can have a resolution of 4,000 pixels.  The new TV’s that come onto the market normally has the UHDTV (Ultra high definition television).


Back Camera: An amazing, 16 MP photo width 0.7 seconds activation for faster picture taking.  Also comes with auto real-time HDR.

Front Camera: presents a 5 MP quality, and 120 degree wide range scene.

View the video below for more images of the phone:


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