Samsung just announced its two new smartphones, the Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 edge, which will be available in April.

The company emphasized that it started from scratch when designing both phones, which means they look and feel quite different than the company's previous Galaxy phones. 

The Galaxy S 6 edge (yes, the "edge" is lower-cased) is almost exactly like the S 6 inside and out except for its curved design. The phone's screen is curved on both sides, giving it a distinguished design. 

But it's more than just an aesthetic change, Samsung has improved its software and added in a few other important, yet more subtle features.

Let's start with the design. The Galaxy S 6 comes in four colors: black, white, blue, and gold.

The Galaxy S 6 edge will be available in green instead of blue.

Samsung says it used a special color filament when creating the phones to make them shimmery.

Both the S 6 and S 6 edge are made of glass and metal. You can especially see the metal frame when you look at its edges.

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