Released alongside the Samsung Galaxy S6 at Mobile World Congress in March 2015, the Galaxy S6 Edge was Samsung’s innovative attempt at a curved smartphone for the masses. Instead of using the curved screen for gimmicks, Samsung took a focus on a more impressive viewing experience here. Read more about the specs here.

Features and spec

Obviously, there’s an easy way to tell this device apart from its sister product – the S6 is flat, while the S6 Edge’s curved screen bends around the edges of the phone. It does share the same Gorilla Glass back panel though, and features the fingerprint sensor and Samsung Pay functionality offered with the S6.

It comes with a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display, which has a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution that makes for great viewing, although there are mixed reviews when it comes to viewing photos on the device.

The photos you take will have been impressive though. Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge comes with a 16MP rear-facing and 5MP front-facing camera, with the new features introduced on the original S6 handset too.

Additionally, you’ll experience wireless charging, a non-removable 2,600 battery as well as a 1.5GHz quad-core processor and 3GB RAM here – which means you’ll have had a smooth experience with the handset.

32GB, 64GB and 128GB versions of the handsets were available in a range of colours including white pearl, black sapphire, gold platinum and green emerald.

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Can I sell a broken Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 64GB?

Don’t worry if your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 64GB is broken or damaged - many phone recyclers will still buy it. A phone usually counts as broken if it has:

  • a cracked screen
  • broken buttons
  • power issues
  • lots of chips and dents
  • a corrupt operating system

A broken Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 64GB will sell for less than a working one, and even less than a brand new one - obviously - but nonetheless, they’ll sell. Just make sure you’re honest about your gadget's condition and you’ll get the most accurate quotes. If a recycler receives your device but decides it is not in the condition they expected, they’ll send you a revised quote by email, which you can choose to accept or reject. Some will charge postage if you want your gadget back, though others will do it for free.

Can I sell a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 64GB with water damage?

Selling a water damaged phone is a little trickier, but some recyclers do buy handsets with water damage. Search for quotes on a broken Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 64GB above, and check with the recycler if you're not sure whether it will accept a water damaged phone or not.

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