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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge vs HTC One M9-who will win?

Thinks get little more interesting, while putting two different brand Smartphones. At a glance, we are going to judge on their features and utilities. At this juncture of time, let’s compare Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and HTC One M9. As we all know that, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge released back in April, whereas HTC One M9 is the latest released Smartphone. Since, both the devices run on the Android operating system. We can expect some similarity in hardware and sensors.samsung-galaxy-s6-edge-vs-htc-one-m9

Talking about the features, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor that boost 3GB RAM. Along with some unique out layer, the device equipped 5-inch SLCD 3 display screen. Basically, it comes with three different storage variants (32/64/128GB). You need to select the storage capacity, while making an order. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge got powerful 16 megapixel rear camera to shoot videos and photos. At the front, it includes 5-megapixel selfie shooter that covers 1440p@30fps, dual video call, Auto HDR. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge runs on former Lollipop OS, which later replaced with Android 5.1.1 minor update. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge likely to Marshmallow in the future.

On the other end, we have HTC One M9 that brings Qualcomm MSM8994 Snapdragon 810 on-broad chipset. To boost application and hardware, the company equipped 3GB random access memory. The storage variants seems to be normal. We can save personal data with inbuilt 32 GB storage and also in expandable MicroSD slot (200GB). In the front row, HTC One M9 got 4-megapixel front facing camera. It’s back facing camera is said to be 20-megapixel, that can take down Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge camera feature.

However, both the devices featuring powerful hardware and enhancement. In my point of view, HTC One M9 price seems to be higher than Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. Stay connected and share your favorite device in the comment section below.


  1. The significant difference which makes the HTC phone superior to Samsung (and other phones) is that HTC has "text reflow," also known as "text wrap." Text reflow causes the browser to automatically adjust and reformat text on web pages you are viewing. The text is perfectly aligned within the screen edges so that you don't have to scroll right and left repeatedly to read articles, which on other cellphones display wider than the screen. Plus, anytime you adjust the zoom for better personal readability it again auto reformats to fit the screen. Text reflow was present for a while in other Android phones until the KitKat (4.42) version of Android was released. Google intentionally removed text reflow in the built-in browser. However, HTC customizes the operating system to have many non standard features, the most significant being "text reflow." Once you have experienced text reflow it is annoying to try to read articles on other phones. It's annoying having to keep navigating side to side.

    Strangely, this remarkable feature is not mentioned in side by side reviews of HTC and other phones (Apple phones lack "text reflow" as well) and surprisingly sales people in stores (like Verizon and Sprint) seldom are aware of the exclusive Text Reflow HTC feature.

  2. I thought S6 does not have MicroSD slot. Am I wrong on that?

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