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Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB Black (Refurb)
24 month contract on EE
- Unlimited minutes
- Unlimited texts
- 30 GB internet
- No upfront cost
- 24 month contract
Avg monthly cost: £33.00 Total cost: £792.00
Avg monthly cost: £33.00 Total cost: £792.00
Free WiFi on the London Underground
- Upfront Phone Cost: FREE
- Total Monthly Cost: £33.00
- Average Monthly Cost: £33.00
- Total Contract Length: 24 months
- Total Contract Cost: £792.00
- First Year Cost: £396.00
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- Mins: Unlimited
- Texts: Unlimited
- Data: Various data 'add-ons' available.
- Picture messages: £0.40 per MMS
- Voicemail: £0.40 per min
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Our Samsung Galaxy S6 Review
Who would like this phone?
The Samsung Galaxy S6 sports some of the best phone tech, so it’s certainly going to appeal to people who want a great screen, great camera and exceptional usability. Are you looking for smooth video playback, and impressive image capture? You can get these things on a number of phones, but the Galaxy S6 is at the top. It specifically impresses with its display and its camera, so if these are important features for you then it may well be the best choice.
If you only need something which achieves average performance, but the battery will last a long time, then the S6 is not for you. It runs on two quad-core processors, so it’s extremely powerful, and in turn runs very smoothly, but you can expect to pay for this, and that screen seems to drain power ferociously.
If you want top of the line, then this is it, especially if you're after for something that runs on Android. It looks great too, having done away with the plastic build once synonymous with Samsung, and gone, instead, with glass and a metal rim.
It’s also a great phone if you’re into fitness, with the S Health app tracking your daily steps with a target, and measuring things like stress levels and heart rate. You can customise elements of it, and it’s really easy to use.
Top-end, mid-range or budget?
It’s easily a top-end phone, with a price to reflect, but the release of the S7 in 2016 will bring that down. There are some pretty good deals available with this, where it comes free or at a ridiculously small upfront cost of £10-20. You’ll be looking at £30+ a month for contract, and all the networks should be offering some kind of deal with this latest effort from Samsung.
What’s new with this upgrade?
It’s fair to say that the Galaxy S5 was widely viewed as a disappointment. The fingerprint scanner was poor for a start, but the S6 sees a huge improvement on this feature. The build and design are better too, with the use of Gorilla Glass on the S6 lending a far superior and more reassuring feel.
The screen size is the same, but the S6 offers 577ppi, as opposed to the predecessor’s 432ppi.
The microSD slot is gone, so you’ll be paying more for the models of the S6 which offer more storage built in.
The processing power has moved from a single Snapdragon 801 quad-core CPU on the S5, to two quad-core sets, running at 2.5GHz and 2.1GHz, on the S6. You’ll really notice the speed on the S6, with genuinely impressive fluidity.
What are the main features?
There’s little sign of the Galaxy S6’s predecessor here; Samsung has started from scratch with the design and possibly taken a few cues from other releases which enjoyed considerable design acclaim, like the Xperia Z3.
There’s an attractively prominent curve to the corners, and the back is glass. The plastic, flimsy back synonymous with Galaxy phones has been booted out, and the replacement on show here effortlessly combines reassuring build quality with a pleasing aesthetic.
The camera sticks out a little from the back, and that is slight cause for concern, as you can’t help think that it leaves it open to damage in a number of scenarios. I found myself worrying about my keys scratching the lens in my pocket, and it can’t go in the other pocket because my wallet is in there. Perhaps I need jeans with bigger pockets.
There are a few different colour shades to choose from, and be warned that while the black one looks awesome, it is a fingerprint magnet. Despite this, the phone looks and feels very impressive; it’s quite light, clearly made very well and a good size in the hand.
The Galaxy S6 display is stunning, and a key reason why this smartphone ranks as the best Android offering on the market right now. Samsung has previous when it comes to great screen, and the manufacturer does not disappoint.
It’s a Quad HD Super AMOLED display, measuring 5.1 inches and packing in 577 pixels per inch thanks to the 1440x2560 resolution. You’ll be looking at vivid, crisp image and video quality, with absolute sharpness and a wonderful balance of colours.
One of the phone’s most impressive achievements of the Galaxy S6 is its camera. The quick start, brought about by two presses of the home key, is superb; it takes about a second and a half to go from idle and asleep to camera-ready, and the incredibly fast snapper means that you can capture moments on the fly easily. You’ll get rich colours, and excellent performance in varying light, along with a neat and tidy range of additional photography options.
The touch-based fingerprint scanner is easy to use and very responsive, with the only irk coming from the somewhat laborious process of registering your print. There’s a lot of rolling the finger around on sensor, but once it’s done the phone uses the tech really well. You simply press your finger against the home key, which doubles as the scanner, and it unlocks, with an emergency password option on-screen in case there’s an issue.
What’s it like for games and apps?
You get access to the plethora of Android apps and games available through Google Play, and the octa-core processing means the phone handles everything easily, with no lag and lightening fast response. Even the more dazzling, eye-popping games, soaked in colour, run smoothly. You can have different apps open and the phone won’t flinch, and if you think you’re draining the phone too much then tap the bottom left of the phone to see everything open, with the option to close all.
Pay monthly or pay as you go?
This phone is geared towards a contract deal, so pay monthly is the way to go, either with the phone included or on SIM only. The phone outright will set you back a number of hundreds, but if you can afford that then SIM only represent great value, and you’ll want plenty of data so you rinse the phone and its glorious screen to its maximum streaming capacity. If you go for a deal which includes the phone, then you should get some excellent offers on phone price, and loads of minutes, texts and data included.
Pay as you go
This quite simply is not a PAYG phone; all the best offers are on SIM only or pay monthly, and if you want to get a phone like this then you need to get really good inclusive allowances. Some PAYG deals are pretty good, but they are geared towards cheaper phones, or phone users who demand less from their tech.
What’s the battery life like?
The single drawback is the battery, and it’s pretty bad. If you use the phone a lot, which you should seeing as it’s meant to be used and would probably be sad if you left it alone for any length of time, then you won’t get a day out of it. If you’re navigating a route on Google Maps without any power-saving then you could actually watch the battery go down by about 1% each minute. The fast charger gets the battery back up quickly, and Samsung has brought in wireless charging which is pretty good but you need to purchase the hardware.
What do we think of the phone?
If it wasn’t clear, we love this phone, and if you want a top-range release on Android, with an outstanding camera and beautiful display, then there’s nothing else better right now. There is the S6 Edge to consider, which offers something similar along with an innovative curved display, but they are essentially the same phone beyond that. The design is Samsung’s best work in the smartphone aesthetics department to date, and the power behind the phone makes it a pleasure to use.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Specification
- Display Size: 5.1"
- Display Resolution: 2560 x 1440
- Display Type: AMOLED
- Primary Camera Flash: LED
- Primary Camera Resolution: 5312 x 2988
- Primary Camera Megapixels: 16
- Secondary Camera Megapixels: 5
- Memory Card Slot: None
- 2G Connectivity: GSM 850/900/1800/1900
- 3G Connectivity: HSDPA 850/900/1900/2100
- 4G Connectivity: LTE
- Bluetooth: 4.1 with LE, apt-X
- GPS: A-GPS, GLONASS and Beidou
- Wi-Fi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
- Processor: 1.5 GHz Quad-core & 2.1 GHz Quad-core
- Chipset: Exynos 7420
- Talk Time: Up to 23 hours
- Weight (grams): 138
- Dimensions: 143.4 x 70.5 x 6.8 mm
- Battery Type: Non-removable
- IP Rating:
- Sim Type: Nano SIM
- Operating System: Android
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