The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge dropped on April 10, 2015, boasting a metal unibody frame, an improved camera, a better user interface, wireless charging, and support for NFC payments. In spite of what the new metal body meant for some of the Galaxy line’s most cherished features, including the removal of waterproofing and a removable battery and SD card, the phone was a hit with consumers and reviewers alike.

Drawing from its spiritual predecessor, the Galaxy Note Edge, the S6 Edge features a curved screen that tapers along the left and right sides of the device, which, at the time, was considered one of the best displays available on a smartphone. The Edge screen allows for users to quickly receive notifications for email, texts, missed calls, and other apps, and swiftly communicate with friends and family through contact shortcuts.

Despite its plethora of improvements over its predecessors, though, none of them relate to invulnerability. Devices break – that’s just a sad fact of life. Your Galaxy S6 Edge fell to the ground and now you’re stuck with a shattered screen and a whole lot of regret. What’s a person to do? Drop it off at a repair shop?

No need. Our team of smart device repair professionals will meet you whenever, wherever you want to fix your phone. Device not charging? Camera not working? Screen looks like a spider web? Click “repair my Galaxy S6 Edge” above to get started.

 

Specifications

 

Color options: White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum

Resolution: 2560 x 1440

Storage capacities: 32/64/128GB

CPU: Samsung Exynos 7 Octa 7420 with 64-bit architecture

Size: 142 x 70.1 x 7 mm

RAM: 3GB

Weight: 4.7 ounces 

Front camera: 5MP

Display: 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED

Rear camera: 16MP