Get the credit cars out, get ready to join long queues even pre-dawn as Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) has dropped the much-anticipated news. The providers of wireless services recently announced that it will open pre-orders for it highly anticipated monster of a flagship products Galaxy S6 and S6 edge on April 1. If you are wondering if it is April’s Fool day, it is, but don’t worry you are not being fooled. While not disclosing price, excitement and the making of plans to purchase these devices will not be dented. The sixth-generation Galaxy S is in no uncertain terms, now the standard bearer for Samsung. The excitement is not only heightened amongst consumers but company officials as well. According to company officials the Samsung S6 represents ‘new standard for design, craftsmanship and performance.’
The devices have also sent tongues wagging amongst tech experts who have noted that the devices are a consumer’s dream. Samsung has been commended in various quarters for once again listening to the voice of their consumers, thus making them important once again. The devices feature improvements all around and at the top are the improvement made to the software of the Galaxy S6. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, not only represent a significant upgrade on the Galaxy S5, but it could more importantly define the company’s future in the unforgiving smartphone industry.
Samsung has defined the devices as being purposefully designed, with advanced camera and a highly improved power management. Intriguingly, while these devices seem like an upgrade on the redundant Galaxy S4, they were built from scratch. For Verizon’s part, they intend to cash on this via branding. The company recently announced that it will not deviate from its norm of heavily branding its smartphones by revealing it will do the same for the soon to be released devices. In revealing details the company via Twitter; both handsets will have the carrier’s brand and 4G LTE logos on the back, as well as the name of the handset itself.
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