As one of the original trailblazers for Android smartphones, the S6 Edge has well and truly stood the test of time!
If you've ever heard the phrase 'ages like a fine wine', you can probably imagine what it's like having the curvy, bright and enduringly sleek Galaxy S6 Edge.
While this handset may no longer be the most powerful in the Samsung range, it certainly remains a fantastic looking handset with an impressive camera function, an incredibly intuitive fingerprint scanner and a purse-friendly price point.
In fact, our refurbished S6 Edge offers affordability and unprecedented performance in equal measure, making it the ideal choice if you're wanting to up your smartphone game without splashing too much cash.
Samsung is renowned for releasing new and shiny handsets, but few have captured the imagination of users like the S6 Edge. Make no mistake; this once cutting-edge handset embodies everything that's great about modern-day smartphones. By indulging in a refurbished S6 Edge, you can experience the out-of-this-world magic of Samsung easier and cheaper than ever before.
At first glance, the front and rear cameras featured in the Galaxy S6 Edge don't represent much of an upgrade over the offering on its predecessor. But first impressions can be deceptive, as the combination of the 16 megapixel rear camera and high definition QHD display makes for some seriously stellar pictures.
The video recording resolution is also impressive, offering UHD 4K capability. So, while other smartphones may boast cameras with more megapixels, a refurbished S6 offers more than enough camera features to keep you going.
While the Galaxy S6 Edge was powered by Android 5.0 Lollipop at launch, our refurbished handsets can be used in conjunction with the subsequent Marshmallow and Nougat operating systems. You'll also still benefit from the S6 Edge's intuitive interface, which features Samsung's innovative TouchWiz complete with optimised widgets.
This handset also features Samsung's Flipboard technology, which allows you to adjust the spacing between the applications on your home screen. That makes for a win-win scenario in our book, as you can seamlessly flick between apps and your social media.
When the original S6 Edge was launched four years ago, it earned rave reviews as the world's first smartphone with a curved screen. There's something to please everyone in the design, including sweeping sides, a rounded metallic frame and slender profile. Both inherently functional and attractive to the eye, this unique design is still capable of impressing to this day.
At this stage, you 're probably thinking about that enduringly attractive ex model we mentioned before, but the question remains: does the Galaxy S6 Edge offer substance to match its style? The short answer is yes, the Edge has substance. While there's no Qualcomm chip installed, Samsung have instead featured their branded Exynos octa-core chip alongside a hefty 3GB of RAM.
This combination lends itself to truly exceptional performance, as the processor consists of two quad-core chips (one clocked at 2.1 GHz and an additional 1.5GHz chips that automatically manages mundane tasks.
If you ever owned the Galaxy S5 or the ill-fated S5 Mini, you'll know that Samsung's initial attempts at fingerprint technology were disappointing and far removed from the iPhone's slick and seamless Touch ID.
The S6 Edge was the first handset to reverse this trend, as designers completely rebuilt the technology and created a smartphone where you can simply place your finger over the home button to unlock it.
These factors combine to offer outstanding value from a buyer's perspective, so if the S6 Edge is the handset that got away now's the ideal time to reclaim this one-of-a-kind handset.