Both devices have a super-fast charging feature that allows the device run for four hours after just ten minutes of charging. How about 0% to full battery charge? The Galaxy S6 edge needs about 85 minutes whilst the Galaxy S6 duos requires about 80 minutes for full charge. The devices come with a state-of-the-art wireless charging technology that has evolved to make charging easier; simply place the phone on a wireless charger and charging starts. What more? You get a free wireless charger when you pre-order before April 17th, 2015.
The Galaxy S6 edge has a 16-megapixel camera with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), which lets you take better photos in low light. While the superfast-launching easy-to-use camera allows users instantly capture every precious moment, the tracking auto focus technology keeps every moving object in sharp/clear focus. Selfie lovers can also rejoice in the boosted 5-megapixel front camera with 90 degree wide angle.
In addition, the camera can capture 360 degrees angle around an object and takes photos in less than 0.7 seconds through the new double-tap home button shortcut. The OIS feature lets the lens move inside to correct blurry effects that result from movements of the hands while taking a picture. It also automatically adjusts the white balance. You can even take pictures in slow and fast motion!
Like a jewel, the dynamic reflective surface produces profound colors at different light angles. Both devices will be available for order in White Pearl, Black Sapphire, Gold Platinum at the beginning and Emerald Green later on for Galaxy S6 edge and Blue Topaz for the Galaxy S6 duos.
Place your order for the all-new Samsung Galaxy S6 edge and Galaxy S6 duos for delivery to you in Nigeria!
To pre-order either of these new smart devices, visit www.galaxys6edge.ng; the network providers, MTN, Airtel, Etisalat and GLO; e-commerce platforms Jumia & Konga; Samsung Experience Stores; and select retail partners nationwide and get a free wireless charger.
Offer is valid while stock lasts. #NextIsNowNG