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Recap: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2015 at MWC

Yesterday, Samsung hosted a major keynote in Barcelona. Named Galaxy Unpacked 2015, Samsung revealed many new exciting products. Not only did we see a glimpse of what Samsung has planned for this year but we also saw two major Galaxy flagships being announced. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge were truly the highlight of the whole event.

In this post we will be covering all the key things that were announced including details on pricing and availability. Samsung has announced a lot of things along side the new smartphones and we will be looking at them one by one.

Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge:

Galaxy S6 Edge and S6

Obviously, the focus revolved around the Galaxy S6 and it’s new brother, Galaxy S6 Edge. This is the first time we have seen two Galaxy S flagships being announced at the same time. However, the differences between the two aren’t huge. A revamped design truly took away our breath. Traditions were broken and finally, Samsung introduced something which is exemplary. Glass and Aluminium will be releasing the plastics found on Galaxy S5 and ones before it. Internals were top notch as well. 14NM Octa-Core processor, 3GB DDR4 RAM and 16MP camera with F/1.9 aperture. The Galaxy S6 Edge is the first global phone to be announced featuring a curved display on each of it’s longer sides. We have covered Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge in detail already so be sure to read that as well.

Gear VR:


A new Gear VR was announced as well. It will support the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge out of the box. Newer features include a greater pixel dense display and clarity thanks to the QHD screen present on the new phones. You will also be able to harvest the true power of the new 64-Bit processor via playing through Virtual Reality apps and games.

Samsung Pay:

Exploring new fields, Samsung has stepped in the newly established mobile payment market. Samsung wants to make your smartphone the only thing you require to make transactions. Thanks to the built-in NFC system in the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, it’s now possible. Major US banks have shown support while the list is continuously expanding. Samsung has also made a bold statement about it’s Knox security system. They say it is the most advanced framework ever put in a phone.

These were some of the key announcements which Samsung made regarding their next step in Mobile innovation and development. We think Samsung is finally making lost ground of the previous year is starting to get ahead of it’s competition. What do you think?

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Taimur Akmal
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