During the past year or so, I’ve had the privilege to play with dozens of smartphones, free of any commitment except my own thoughts and opinions — thanks, Samsung and friends. Some of these devices (as of this review) include the entirety of the Samsung Galaxy 2015 line: the S6, the Edge, the Note 5 and now, the Edge+.
If I had to rank the 2015 devices in terms of best to worst, it would as follows: Note 5, S6, Edge+ and the regular Edge.
All of them are epic representations of the categories they seek to fulfill: the S6 for a flagship, the Note 5 for a productivity device, and both Edge devices work well as testaments to beauty and generally just showing off.
So, then why is the Edge+ my favorite of the four — and the only one that I would really consider putting my own earnings into, if need be?