Honestly, the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+’s purpose evaded me for a while. What’s the point of an overblown S6 edge diverting momentum from the Galaxy Note5, which has traditionally been Samsung’s most impressive and feature-packed offering? That’s the wrong mentality to have, which I did realize, but struggled to figure out why. So I stuck with it until a few days before the launch event, where, at a meeting, Peter K. pulled out his iPhone 6 Plus and, unsuspectingly, made everything fall into place.
The Galaxy S6 edge+ is the Apple iPhone 6 Plus. By Samsung.
But why would Samsung care …
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