Samsung Galaxy S6 Unlock Code & Instructions
It has been six years since Samsung presented itself as a force to reckon with in the mobile phone industry. And in the last six years we have seen how this Korean brand known for home appliances, have shown the world what it is made of. The release of the Galaxy S Series played a crucial role in putting Samsung to where it is today. This year, Samsung released a new batch to the series with the Galaxy S6 leading the pack.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 comes in with a 6.8mm slim profile in solid aluminum finish mixed with glass that makes the phone look very elegant. It has the Gorilla Glass 4 at both the front and the backside. All scratch resistant. Finally Samsung answers the clamor for a classier look for this particular series.
The display is 5.1 inches with a pixel density of 577ppi, the highest that we have seen so far. With this, the display quality is expected to be at its best, and the S6 didn’t disappoint us. The screen is very sharp and colors are vivid, comparable to the displays of the more high-end units. However, we are wondering why Samsung opted to have a smaller display when the market trend today is to go bigger. Bigger screens have great advantages as proven by the noticeable jump in size of the iPhone 6, among other phones. A slight increase (say from 5.3 to 5.5) would still be comfortable when held with one hand, yet maintaining to be a mobile phone rather than a phone tablet.
Samsung has always thought about convenience when placing the phone buttons: the power button can be found on the right side of the phone beside the SIM slot, while volume controls are on the left. The 3.5mm audio port, microUSB port and speakers are at the bottom.
The Galaxy S6 boasts of a 16-megapixel camera with a wide aperture of f/1.9 since it is the widest in its category to date, photos taken with the S6 are very good even when taken under low light conditions. The camera can also record video of up to 4K resolution, and has a slow motion function. The front camera is 5-megapixels and can take QHD quality videos (2560 x 1440 pixels). This is good news for the dubsmash/selfie video addicts.
As for the battery, the S6 lasted for about 10 hours with slight to moderate usage, with WiFi turned on. What’s greater is that S6 is equipped with Samsung’s fast charging. With the use of its standard wired charger, we were able to get 100% fully charged in roughly 2.5 hours, and that is from an empty battery.
Wireless charging was also incorporated in the S6, compatible to all Qi chargers in the market.
With the launch of the S6, Samsung remains as a force to reckon with in the mobile phone category. For someone looking for a basic phone, the Galaxy S6 is definitely a good choice.