Samsung Galaxy S6 Review

Last year’s Samsung Galaxy S5 was a solid flagship phone, thanks to having most of the features that matter: a crisp screen, a speedy processor, and a great camera. But the phone’s legacy elements—a familiar, cheap-feeling build, as well as an overwhelming amount of software features and bloatware cluttering the UI—held it back, allowing other Android competitors to eclipse it in the market.

Thankfully, Samsung hit the reset button for the Galaxy S6. The flagship line’s former weak points have been radically changed, with a stunning build and a streamlined version of Samsung’s TouchWiz skin that keeps Android 5.0 feeling plenty fast and effective during use.

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