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Review: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ for Verizon Wireless

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Shuja

Sep 6, 2015, 12:03 AM
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Great Phablet, announced 4th Sep, 2015 Malaysia

Just read the news. It had launch in Malaysia, Cool price tag too which is RM2699 for Note5 and RM3099 for S6 edge . Wow that's sound great. That convert price tag in to $630 for Note5 and $725 for S6 edge plus. They even offer power pack and wireless charging pad for free worth RM538($126) for the customer. Not only that, first 100 customer will get 50% discount on a second device being purchase.
yesterday i plugged my Samsung galaxy s6 into my notebook while smart switch was running and streamline my new smart phone with 46 new apps, what was that all about sammy?? yeah tmobile USA don't see any improvements yet
Pandemic187

Aug 14, 2015, 7:44 AM
over in the "Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ (CDMA)" discussion:

That moment when...

You realize the S6 edge and the Note 5 have the same display size, and the exact same specs from everything I glanced over. So, basically, there's no longer any point in making a non edge version of the S phone, since without the curved display they would be the same device?
The Note5 has a stylus. The edge-plus does not.

Also, the curved display costs more to make, and that cost is reflected in the retail price. Some people might prefer the Note5 for the lower price.

The flat display of the Note5 also has less gl...
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Thanks, for the reply, Rich. Yes, there are still very minor differences, but no doubt they are no longer completely different devices like they had been in the past.
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