Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB)
Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB)
Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB)
Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB)
Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB)
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  • Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB)
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB)

Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB)

72 votes • 1 reviews
₹60,900  •  Out Of Stock  •  By Samsung

Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB) price in India starts from ₹60,900. Take a look at Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB) detailed specifications and features.

Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB) Quick Specifications
Battery2550 mAh, Li-ion Battery
Display5.09 inches, 1440 x 2560 pixels
OSAndroid v5.0 (Lollipop)
Rear Camera16 MP with autofocus
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  • Single Sim, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, NFC
  • Exynos 7420, Octa Core, 1.5 GHz Processor
  • 3 GB RAM, 128 GB inbuilt
  • 2550 mAh Battery
  • 5.09 inches, 1440 x 2560 px Display
  • 16 MP Rear & 5 MP Front Camera
  • Android v5.0 (Lollipop)
  • No FM Radio

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Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB) Specs

Group Rank: #115 / 114  •  see all ➞
Overall Rank: #2187 / 2810  •  see all ➞
Group: ₹52,500 to ₹67,500
  • Android v5.0 (Lollipop)Good
  • Thickness: 6.8 mmSlim
  • 138 gLight
  • No Fingerprint Sensor
  • 5.09 inch, Super AMOLED ScreenSmall
  • 1440 x 2560 pixelsGood
  • 577 ppiGood
  • Corning Gorilla Glass, v4 Screen Protection
  • 16 MP Rear CameraAverage
  • 1080p FHD Video Recording
  • 5 MP Front CameraAverage
  • Samsung Exynos 7420 A53 Chipset
  • 1.5 GHz, Octa Core ProcessorSlow
  • 3 GB RAMSmallest
  • 128 GB Inbuilt MemorySmall
  • Memory Card Not Supported
  • 4G
  • Bluetooth v4.1, WiFi, NFC
  • microUSB v2.0
  • 2550 mAh BatterySmall
  • No FM Radio
  • Not Water Proof

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge Review

By SlashGear9 years ago
At first glance, it should be easy to make a flagship smartphone. Scoop off the cream at the top of the component chain, throw in some premium materials - you can take your pick, but metal and glass seem good places to start - and bingo. Problem is, not only can that piecemeal approach leave a phone feeling soulless, but the actual user-experience can prove perversely underwhelming compared to the bulging feature list.There have been earlier moves to step off the specification treadmill and generate appeal in a more fundamental way, with varying degrees of success. Apple is the giant in the room on that front, having carved an enviable marketshare by positioning the iPhone not only as a capable device, but a covetable and cohesive one.HTC has attempted the same strategy with its One series, though with less effective results. As I found when I reviewed its latest One M9 recently, although the concept of timeless design makes for an attractive phone, the reality still involves compromise when all the components aren't up to scratch.If there's a takeaway, it's perhaps this: Good design isn't just about cherry-picking the latest parts and throwing them together, it's about selecting the right components and using them to their best advantage. It's why the mediocre camera on the One M9 is so intrinsic to its shortcomings, despite its 20-megapixel resolution, and why the iPhone 6's mere 8-megapixels aren't, in practice, the limit that they might first appear on paper. Samsung has finally woken up to that lesson.Previous iterations of Galaxy S have more than demonstrated the worth of the South Korean behemoth’s supply chain, but it’s taken until now for those pieces to add up holistically. A camera that not only has the megapixels, but the lens and software to produce legitimately great results with minimal effort. A design that leaves you in zero doubt that you’re holding the top of Samsung’s range. And software that works with you - and with the hardware. Certainly there are some lingering rough edges, and the cleanly executed construction arrives under the cloud of slightly derivative design, but there is no perfection in the smartphone world, only the chasing of it. On that basis, though the Galaxy S6 edge is a stunning example of technological proficiency - and its painful under-utilization - it’s the Galaxy S6 which provides ample retort to Apple’s iPhone, and which is certainly the best Android phone around today.
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User Reviews

72 ratings
1 reviews
Rishabh Bedi
Rishabh Bedi
9 years ago

nice phone but my expectations were .......................

when i oppened the box i loved the phone but..................... m expectations were much below this if u hav enough money to lend for this just go for it


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Samsung Galaxy S6 (128GB) Full Specs

Sim TypeSingle Sim, GSM
Dual SimNo
Sim SizeNano SIM
Device TypeSmartphone
Release DateApril, 2015
Dimensions70.5 x 143.4 x 6.8 mm
Weight138 g
TypeColor Super AMOLED Screen
Size5.09 inches, 1440 x 2560 pixels
Aspect Ratio16:9
PPI~ 577 PPI
FeaturesCorning Gorilla Glass, v4 Screen Protection
Storage128 GB
Card SlotNo
3GYes 42.2 Mbps Download 5.76 Mbps Upload
WifiYes, with wifi-hotspot
BluetoothYes, v4.1
USBYes, microUSB v2.0
SensorsAccelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass
3.5mm Headphone JackYes
Rear Camera16 MP with autofocus
FeaturesImage stabilizer, Face detection, Geo tagging, Touch to focus
Video Recording1080p
FlashYes, LED
Front Camera5 MP
OSAndroid v5.0 (Lollipop)
ChipsetSamsung Exynos 7420
CPU1.5 GHz, Octa Core Processor
GPUMali-T760 MP2
JavaYes, via 3rd party
FM RadioNo
TypeNon-Removable Battery
Size2550 mAh, Li-ion Battery