According to a report, Samsung might have underestimated the demand for the Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone as it is reportedly planning to increase production by nearly three times. It is said that Samsung is in talks with more touch screen panel manufacturers with the current supplier (Alps Electronics) not managing to offer the components in the required quantities.
Nothing can stop the Star Wars franchise at this point. From television to apparel to movies and video games, George Lucas’ beloved child can be seen around the world. Star Wars Rebels is an ongoing television series airing on Disney XD. To supplement the television series, Disney has released a mobile game titled Star Wars Rebels: Recon. This action-platformer tasks players with fighting against (suprise!) the Empire.
U.S. Cellular has just announced that it will start taking pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge starting tomorrow i.e. March 27. The carrier has currently announced the pricing and availability of only the 32 and 64GB models, with no sight of the 128GB variants yet.
Forget about internal storage on your devices because everything is heading to the cloud. There are cloud storage services available on all major platforms and even more make up the third-party offerings. It seems that offering ample cloud storage for free or at a low cost is an easy way to secure customers. Amazon, which has its Cloud Drive service, announced two plans that could be very enticing.
If you’re a Sprint customer and coveting the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, than you’re in luck. They are bringing back FREE to wireless by including the phone in their Unlimited Plus plan. For $80 per month, you get Unlimited talk, text and data, International Value Roaming (Telefonica countries), and annual upgrades. You will also get the Galaxy S6 with 32 GB of storage for free after a $20/month credit for a 24 month lease. If the 64 GB variant is your fancy than it’s $85 per month or $90 per month for the 128 GB version.
With the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge going on sale nationwide on April 10, we’re seeing a bit of activity amongst the carriers regarding pre-orders. We have T-Mobile putting their S6/Edge variants available for pre-order starting tomorrow and like the uncarrier, so too will AT&T. However, unlike T-Mobile, AT&T will not be shipping devices tomorrow. Here’s how you can snag the device on AT&T.