Samsung Galaxy S6: Conclusion

April 14, 2015 by Dragan Petric Reads (3,007)
Editor's Rating

Ratings Breakdown (1-10)

    • Service, Warranty & Support
    • 9.5
    • Ease of Use
    • 9.5
    • Design
    • 9.5
    • Performance
    • 9.5
    • Value
    • 9.5
    • Total Score:
    • 9.50
    • Rating 1 to 10, top score 10


Samsung Galaxy S6

Samsung Galaxy S6

After spending a few weeks with it, it’s hard to consider the Galaxy S6 anything other than the best Galaxy phone Samsung has ever put together. It erases what may have been the series’ biggest drawback, takes steps towards tightening up its second-biggest, and packs a top-notch camera, display, and chipset in a time where its contemporaries are faltering in one at least one of those categories.

It’s just a supremely well-rounded smartphone. There is still room for improvement, particularly when it comes to re-waterproofing the phone and making up for lost features for power users, but for now, Samsung’s stab at remaking its flagship device has proven a fruitful one.


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  1. nightwolf001

    So now reviews across the net are all of a sudden saying the Samsung Galaxy S6 is great – all because of a little metal. Never mind that previous models always had better features than the competition, they were always dismissed by reviewers because of a little plastic. That’s just pathetic, judging a cellphone by its outer skin. A good majority of customers are going to put the phone in a case, just like the vast majority of iPhone users that I know.

    To satisfy the cell phone snobs, Samsung gave in and gave the S6 a metal body, at the expense of removable storage and batteries, and also loss of water resistance…all just to be like Apple or LG. The main reasons I always chose Samsung phone was because I could add or remove the microSD card memory and change out the battery yearly so I could maintain the long operation life. Lithium batteries deteriorate yearly, that’s a physical fact, due to the chemical reactions in the batteries. I also loved the watertight integrity like my Samsung Galaxy S4 Active and the S5, and not having to buy a waterproof case like iPhone users.

    In the quest to be like Apple and LG, Samsung gave up two vital features that many customers, including myself, found valuable. Samsung – stop listening to the cellphone snobs!