Earlier this month Samsung unveiled at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, its latest smart tank: The Galaxy S6, the smartphone that leads its high-end line. What has changed from its predecessor, The Galaxy S5? What else can include a smartphone so justify change of equipment? The answer is neither linear nor easy, and depends on the user fanaticism. Meanwhile, the pre progresses and the company plans to start delivering equipment on 10 April.
At first glance you could summarize the advances in two respects. 1) design, more elegant, new materials (aluminum and glass) and rounded edges (any resemblance to the iPhone, is it coincidence?); and 2) Wireless charging of integrated battery, which allows you to charge the phone supporting it in an attachment without connecting cables. Read the full story »