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Can't get enough of curved phones? Neither can Samsung. With its 5.7-inch screen, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ supersizes the 5.1-inch S6 Edge.
Wraparound sides are what make this phone distinctive.
Bye-bye, plastic! The Edge+ features a metal-and-glass build.
This ultra-high-resolution screen wraps around both sides, giving the phone a premium look and feel.
One of the Edge+'s main features is the side menu you swipe open when you want to use it. You'll be able to get an apps shortcut, and a sort of speed dial for five of your favorite contacts.
There are two side screens. One is a sort of speed dial for five of your favorite contacts.
The other displays shortcuts to your top apps.
The Edge+, left, is larger and squarer than the smaller Edge.
Southpaws can also shift the edge display to the left.
The metal frame wraps around the sides and edges.
The Edge+ will sell in white, black, gold and silver.
However, you won't be able to get every color in every country.
Pop the menu bar on the left or right in the edge-display settings.
The camera slightly pokes out from the back.
The glass backing looks terrific, until it accumulates with oily fingerprints.
One of the phone's most underrated features is this night clock, which glows softly enough to keep you slumbering.
The phone looks unique from all angles.
A standard Micro-USB charging port and headset jack live on the phone's bottom edge.
High-end hardware helps make the Edge+ a compelling large-screen phone. Read all about the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and its straight-edged, stylus-gifted sibling, theSamsung Galaxy Note 5.
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