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According to a Vodafone website, the S6 Edge will be called ‘Galaxy S Edge’

Numerous rumours and leaks have pointed at a dual-edged variant of the upcoming Galaxy S6 that could be in the works for a release later this year. Samsung’s first phone of this kind, the Galaxy Note Edge, was initially dissed by the critics, but the one-sided curve on the screen actually seemed to have caught the fancy of quite a few around the globe soon, and that’s maybe why Samsung isn’t afraid of investing in another phone of the like. According to a Vodafone website, the dual-edged screen version of the Galaxy S6 that we’re talking about — earlier believed to be the Galaxy S6 Edge — will be known simply as the Galaxy S Edge. Now, that might not make a lot of sense at first, but when you go to think of it, the Note Edge too lacks the ‘4’ in the name, which suggests Samsung thinks of it as a completely different phone rather than just a Note 4 variant.

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Sammysamsam1
Sammysamsam1

I have a note 4 but this s6 just keeps getting better. I think I want that dual edge. I feel like I cant give up this S pen though :/

Sammysamsam1
Sammysamsam1

To the management of Sammobile:

It would be great if there was a feature where a user can be notified that someone replied to his comment or commented on a post that he/she commented on as this would make conversations with other users much easier.

Thuglyf
Thuglyf

Exactly!!!! You’re. Right. Sometimes when I reply, I have to open the article again to See if anyone responded and that’s quite tedious and wearisome

ProdByEchelon
ProdByEchelon

I wish Samsung made only the S series and Note series so we wouldn’t have such pathetic update times

Sammysamsam1
Sammysamsam1

I dont believe its the many phones that cause the lag in software updates because they release the updates for each phone at different time spans. therefore its not like they are working on all the phones at the same time and its keeping them back from releasing the update. To substantiate my point, the only phone to see lollipop after 3 months is the s5 and not all countries got that yet. It simply just takes samsung (And other OEMs) really long to update there software with new android releases.