Watch Live: Samsung Galaxy S6 launch, Unpacked 2015 event

By Julio Franco
Mar 1, 2015
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  1. Update: Here are the new Samsung Galaxy S6 & Galaxy S6 Edge smartphones.

    Ahead of Mobile World Congress 2015, Samsung is set to announce its generation flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6. The rumor mill has been working overtime on the S6 for quite a while now. Most suspect the new flagship will have a standard and an 'edge' variant with curved displays on both sides in addition to premium building materials like those found on the Galaxy Alpha.

    Under the hood, scuttlebutt and rumblings from Qualcomm suggest the S6 won't feature the Snapdragon 810 SoC but rather a homegrown solution from Samsung.

    Also today, HTC unveiled the new One M9 focusing on an evolution of same metal unibody formula carried by its previous flagships.

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  2. VitalyT

    VitalyT Russ-Puss Posts: 3,106   +1,376

    That Korean accent is killing me..., The Interview stars, makes me press pause and then resume later with the hope it's finally out. Korea makes good phones and terrible presenters, which makes you scream out - oh bring it out already, it's just a phone for crisake! :)

    Elon Musk wasn't that pompous presenting cars. And these phone presentations tend to turn into big vanity exercises.


    Clenching my teeth on every "is viery cuule" being dropped, which falls down along with my IQ.

    Comes a guy who speaks English, saves the day, I can finally watch it...

    Dubious battery "upgrade":

    The show is over. The edged version looks interesting. And they seem to have made good progress with the camera.

    They decided to stick to their traditional rounded / obtuse corners, which looks a little out fashion now :)

    Battery would be the only concern, can't wait to full reviews on that.
    Last edited: Mar 1, 2015
  3. Rippleman

    Rippleman TS Maniac Posts: 520   +139

    Seemed like the speaker was fishing for claps...

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