[Video] Galaxy S6 Edge Iron Man Edition Unboxing

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This 64GB device is quite a looker, and the special package even comes with an "arc reactor" wireless charger. But here's the catch: right now Samsung is only releasing this phone in South Korea on May 27th, and then in China and Hong Kong in June. Unfortunately, J.A.R.V.I.S. didn't come with the deal.


 
Jeffrey, that is front page worthy.
 
Thx Bro...
 
The color combination is to die for. Not a big fan of Iron Man per se', haven't seen the movie so I might be a dormant Iron Man freak, so the logo I could do without but the colors, wow.

Very nice to see it comes with the clear back cover. Wonder if any tempered glass manufacturers will attempt to make a curved glass cover, and I could see installing one to be a real task, getting the flat portion adhered while trying to get the curved portion down in place.
 
Nice looking phone, but I refuse to use a wireless charger.

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Nice looking phone, but I refuse to use a wireless charger.

Sent from my Note 3, using magic and TapaTalk version 2.4.15 ...
Just curious... Why?
 
Where's my Captain America M10?!

Oh my, my N6 got a little jealous. It is sending me notifications like crazy!
 
Never really been a fan of gold. I do like the Iron Man/Avengers movies, but not so much that I'd want to be carrying this thing around as a 30yo man who's a department head at work. (Though, if any department head could get away with carrying something like this, it'd be me, the IT guy).

That said, it does look pretty slick. While I say I wouldn't carry it around full-time, I might if I won one in a contest or something. ;)
 
Thanks for covering this @Jeffrey! I like and don't like this phone. If it didn't have the huge Iron Man logo on the back, I would be all over it.

It's really disappointing that the device may not come to the US.
 
Just curious... Why?
Totally happy with the normal "plug the phone in to charge" scenario. Politically I'm an Liberal Democrat - on android phones, I'm reactionary. If it ain't broke, I see no reason to change things and the ability to charge my phones has never been a problem.

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Totally happy with the normal "plug the phone in to charge" scenario. Politically I'm an Liberal Democrat - on android phones, I'm reactionary. If it ain't broke, I see no reason to change things and the ability to charge my phones has never been a problem.

Sent from my One+One, using Magic and version 2.4.15 TapaTalk
I would charge wirelessly if the phone came with all of the necessary gear in the box, but I get what you're saying. I have no trouble plugging mine in every night, so I'm not going to spend extra money on gear to do the same thing that plugging it in does just fine.
 
Totally happy with the normal "plug the phone in to charge" scenario. Politically I'm an Liberal Democrat - on android phones, I'm reactionary. If it ain't broke, I see no reason to change things and the ability to charge my phones has never been a problem.

Sent from my One+One, using Magic and version 2.4.15 TapaTalk
Totally understand. I do too. However, I was recently plagued with a charging port going out on my N7 and wasn't willing to pay $200 to fix it. I spent $25 on a wireless charger and now I'm addicted. I charge both my N6 and 7 on it when I'm sitting at my desk. My only complaint is the positioning. It's annoying trying to guess where the connection is
 
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