Samsung has revealed a new addition for its Galaxy range of smartphones today in the form of the Galaxy S6 Edge+.
The device brings a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED display, which keeps the same curves as the first S6 Edge. Other key hardware specs include an Exynos 7420 64-bit octa-core processor, 4GB RAM and 3,000mAh non-removable battery.
The S6 Edge+ can shoot 4K videos with a special software to help stabilize motion capture. You’ll also be able to SideSync your phone to PC or Mac to transfer files between devices seamlessly.
Samsung says that the device also has an “enhanced” UI on the edge of the device. The company added that it has also focused on the audio performance of the device.
The S6 Edge+ also has fast-charging, which the company says will charge from zero to full in two hours and is 30 percent faster than the charging on the S6. Like its predecessor, the S6 Edge+ does offer wireless charging.
The handset will go on sale in the US and Canada on August 21 and at the start of September in the UK. The devices are available in ‘Gold Platinum’ or ‘Black Sapphire,’ and pre-orders open today at 3pm ET in the US, and from August 18 in the UK.
According to AT&T’s pre-order page, the S6 Edge+ retails for $815.
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