The most notable difference between the Galaxy S6 and last year’s S5 is that Samsung has replaced the traditional plastic case with a metal frame and a glass back. That new design feels much more solid and looks more elegant than previous models while remaining lightweight.
The most notable difference between the Galaxy S6 and last year’s S5 is that Samsung has replaced the traditional plastic case with a metal frame and a glass back. That new design feels much more solid and looks more elegant than previous models while remaining lightweight. CBS Interactive Tribune News Service
The most notable difference between the Galaxy S6 and last year’s S5 is that Samsung has replaced the traditional plastic case with a metal frame and a glass back. That new design feels much more solid and looks more elegant than previous models while remaining lightweight. CBS Interactive Tribune News Service

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