Samsung has unveiled its next flagship phone, the Galaxy S6 Edge at the Mobile World Congress sporting the device’s curved screen.
According to BBC, the Galaxy S6 Edge provides a quick way to stay in touch with contacts and alert the owners about important information.
The S6 Edge will be priced at a higher rate as compared to the standard S6 that has similar specifications.
The Samsung phones will go on sale on 10th April in 20 countries.
The new flagship device majorly focuses on three aspects of the phone, the revamped designs, including the premium model’s curved screen, camera upgrade and an in-built support for wireless charging, with support for two rival standards.