Start with a dual-curve Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, then supersize it. That, in a nutshell, is the 5.7-inchSamsung Galaxy S6 Edge+, whose size is the only substantial difference between it and last April’s clamored-for 5.1-inch Edge.
This larger Edge+ shares every one of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 5‘s core hardware specs (and most of the S6’s and S6 Edge’s as well), except that the trademark stylus is missing here. Instead, the Edge+ has a screen that wraps around on each side, and some menu shortcuts that give you something to do on that side display.
Like the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and Note 5, this Edge+ shows off a snazzy metal-and-glass construction that achieves its slimness at the expense of a removable battery and microSD card slot, two points of pride for Samsung prior to its design turnabout in 2015.
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