The screen size and specs are the same. But one model caters to the mainstream while the other targets productivity-minded types.
Samsung being Samsung, it isn’t content to have one flagship smartphone. It wants to offer several of them. So today, less than six months after unveiling the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, the company is back with two more high-end models, which it’s announcing at its “Samsung Unpacked” event in New York City.