Samsung Galaxy 6 edge+ phone is fantastic!

Periscope, Rdio, Wurrly, the Samsung Galaxy 6 edge+, and the Samsung Galaxy Note5 were discussed on a television segment with Andy.  (And he didn’t even say “Hi” to me…)


When he wasn’t looking, I was able to use the phones…enjoyed watching live streaming videos…made some long distance calls (that I never paid for)…took some “selfies” (that I hope my mother never finds out about)…

There are multiple “S6″ models available:

The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge has a 5.1” dual-edge display, and 3 GB RAM…

The phone I used…provided as a courtesy by AT&T…is the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, which has a 5.7″ (dual-edge) display, and 4 GB RAM.

And with a 64-bit octa-core processor…this thing PERFORMED!  I did my best to, within a few weeks, burden it with apps and processes…and am a little embarrassed to say it was able to keep up with me.  (“I’ll get you, my pretty…and your little dog, too!”)

It supports wireless charging, and claims that:  “After charging for just 10 minutes, you get 4 hours of usage…”

There is a heart rate sensor that partners with “S Health” to collect data about your medical condition.

Fingerprint recognition.

And SideSync, which also support Mac OS, which allows you to:  “…share the screen and data between your PC and mobile device. Receive alarms of your phone through PC and use various features of your phone on the computer…”

With “S Voice” from Samsung you can speak commands to your phone (a la Siri, Cortana, etcetera).

I did find information on ATT.com describing that…”The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ helps you share…video with the built-in app and broadcast it to the world via YouTube, letting viewers see it exactly as you’re seeing it in real time.”  The User Manual reminds:  “You need to sign in to your Google Account and enable live broadcasting in your YouTube settings to use this feature.”

Do look into The Samsung Ultimate Test Drive promotion…it might apply to you because if you purchase:  “a qualifying phone…You may be eligible for a $100 Google Play credit. Plus, you could get an extra $100 if you traded in your phone with your Carrier or Retailer.”

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