Maybe you find the regular Galaxy S6 boring. Maybe it’s disappointing that the new Android standard-bearer looks so much like an Apple product. If that’s the case, perhaps the Galaxy S6 Edge is more your speed.
iPhones, Nexii, Motorolas and HTCs have been pushing the limits of style and substance, and now the Galaxy S6 is finally, finally catching up with them. It’s stylish, it’s solid. It’s the whole package.
History lesson. First there was the (awful) Froyo-running Galaxy Tab 7. Then came the Honeycomb-running Galaxy Tab 10.1. Then the 8.9, then the 7.0-Plus. Done, right? Wait! How's about a 7.7? Sure, why the hell not!
Looks like Samsung's let slip a non-final build of its Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy S II onto the interweb. ICS-craving Galaxy S II owners might be dismayed to see Samsung's not wholly terrible, but worse than stock, TouchWiz skin has survived the 4.0 update.