Inside a Samsung Galaxy S6 that is already a $7,000 iPhone 6S Plus review
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The first thing you notice when you open the box is how much bigger the phone is than the iPhone 6.
The back of the device is larger than the screen, the back of its back panel is thicker than the phone, and it has a higher density of pixels.
The display is also much larger, and there’s more of it than there is of the iPhone.
Samsung’s new S6 Plus is a 5.7-inch screen that’s larger than most of the phones you’ll see at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
But the screen on the S6S is smaller than the S4 and S3, which were both larger and thicker than Samsung’s flagship phones.
The front of the S5 is slightly bigger than the back, and the bottom is a bit more squared off.
It has a more pronounced rounded corner design.
On the S7, it’s a little smaller, but the phone still has a lot of rounded corners.
The top and bottom are also slightly different.
Samsung has a similar rectangular shape to the Galaxy S5, which means the phone’s front is more rounded.
The phone is thinner than the Galaxy Note 7, which is smaller, and slightly lighter.
The S6 is noticeably thinner and lighter than the Note 7.
The S6 has a fingerprint sensor that has the same pattern as the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which also comes in black and gold.
The sensor on the Note 8 is slightly smaller than on the Galaxy, which makes the Note S9 a very good choice for someone looking for a smaller phone with a fingerprint scanner.
There’s also a USB Type-C port on the back that’s similar to the Type-A port found on the iPhone X and iPhone XS, but Samsung is giving it a little more depth.
It’s also taller than the one on the XS Max, which was noticeably larger than either the S8 or the S9.
On the front, there’s a small USB-C to USB-A charging port that’s located just above the camera lens.
It can accept up to two charging adapters.
Samsung says the charging port can take up to three of these, which gives you a lot more options.
The camera is a 12-megapixel rear camera with LED flash, a 1.3-megapixels front camera, and a 4-megampixel front camera.
It records at 1080p and captures in 4K at 30fps.
The front-facing camera has a 1080p shooter and captures at 60fps.
Samsung is calling the camera a 12MP front camera with a 3.5-megastructure lens, but it’s really a 5MP camera with the same optics and image stabilization as the S3 and S5.
The iPhone X has a 2.2MP front-camera and has improved stabilization.
Samsung claims the camera’s autofocus system can focus up to a 100mm-wide angle.
The back of Samsung’s phone has a USB-G cable and headphone jack.
There’s a fingerprint reader built right into the rear of the phone.
The device has a 5-inch 1440×2560 OLED display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels, which puts it at a pixel density of 853ppi.
It also has a 1,440×1,440 pixel resolution.
The phone is 5.5mm thick, and its bezels are 2.6mm thick.
The dimensions of the screen are 1.85mm thick at its thickest point, which matches the phone that was on the top of the table.
The device has 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and 64GB of internal storage.
Samsung has a few other improvements to the display on the phone compared to the S10, which had a 1-inch OLED display that looked like a super wide AMOLED panel.
This display also had a lot better color accuracy than the display of the Galaxy’s display, which has a great color gamut and very accurate color reproduction.
The first thing you notice when you open the box is how much bigger the phone is than the iPhone…
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