Sharp. Sharper. Sharpest. Both the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge use a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels. The Galaxy S6/S6 edge possess a 577ppi pixel density. Generally, the bigger the better is the slogan, but sadly the naked eye are not able to find out the difference. The viewing angles on the screens are really sublime as everything stays observable and absolutely sharp. Viewing videos and pictures is a delight on these phones, naturally due to the AMOLED technology, which is also efficient for the battery life.
The Galaxy S6 edge has a small disadvantage. If you are viewing pictures or videos, the content wraps around the edges as these edges are a part of the primary screen, which could make the content a somewhat far-out appearance. It might definitely become an irritation for some, although it is nothing too important. In addition, the typical Galaxy S6’s display performs somewhat better outside as it hasn’t got any of the glare that the edges on the S6 edge create in direct sun.