As its disappointing sales and lukewarm reviews testify, the Galaxy S5 could well have been the worst received Galaxy S handset since the range began back in 2010.
This year’s model, the imaginatively named and just unveiled Samsung Galaxy S6, aims to put that right by eliminating much of the bloatware that clogged up the S5 and replacing the plastic build with a glass and metal composite.
Naturally, it’s a step up in the specs department too, with a revamped 16-megapixel camer and, a super-fast charging mode to tackle battery drain. And the screen is now slightly larger at 5.1-inches and boasts quad HD superAMOLED tech.
But beyond the spec sheet and marketing blurb, how it does it measure up for real? We got to grips with it at Mobile World Congress to find out.
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