That is the closing line in probably one of the coolest smartphone "making of" videos I've ever seen (BGR calls it "ridiculous" but meh, what do they know). In the 1:21 clip, Samsung rightfully boasts about it's manufacturing prowess, something I think even BGR would readily admit they have in droves. The point is that the S6 edge pushes the boundaries of technology, is beautifully and precisely hewn out of solid metal, fused with glass, and is powered by 8 cores of processing magic, all forming a device that is unlike any other in the market. Should it really be called boasting if it's true? Isn't that just the facts? I don't think it's news to anyone that the S6 edge has unexpectedly (even to Samsung) taken the spotlight over it's "flatter" sister device, the S6. Those curves just can't be ignored and while extra functionality in the curved screen may be sparse, it's ultimately the design that wins. People want cool looking, well built phones that perform well, and they are more than willing to pay a premium for design. The S6 edge is popular for a reason, because it's gorgeous. Yes it's a super high end Android flagship with an amazing screen, great sound, and radically overhauled software, but man, it... just... looks.. STUNNING.
But looks weren't enough for Samsung..
The Samsung S6 edge needed to be more than stunning. It had to be powerful, engineered to the height of precision and performance.
That kind of innovation begins at the heart with 64 bits of processing power distributed over a network of 8 cores. Just 14 nanometers thin and with more power than ever before, it intelligently re-routes to conserve battery.
With a constant need for space, the phone’s circuitry is welded to the frame ultrasonically while maintaining excellent reception. More room means built-in wireless charging is made possible, pairing with any commercial station.
It’s technology at its best, possibility made into reality.
Until next time,
The Product Ambassador Team
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