The Samsung Galaxy S6 showed what Samsung designers can do when they do away with their plastic design and take on all-premium materials instead. The smartphone features an aluminum frame in between two panes of Gorilla Glass 4, adding to the all-around high-end feel and classy appeal of the HTC M9 One.
But in order to contend with the overwhelming advantage of the Samsung Galaxy S6 design-wise, the HTC One M9 threw in a killer warranty that includes accidental damage coverage, which would replace the handset for a broken screen, water damage or even carrier-switching one year after purchase.
Meanwhile, Samsung has discontinued selling the variants of Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge that feature the 128GB storage option.
The Korean tech company has made available the smartphones in the Indian and Dutch markets featuring three internal storage options – 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB. Samsung has yet to make a statement on its reason why it is discontinuing the 128GB variant of its flagship smartphones in the two markets, but it is because of its poor sales in the local markets brought about by the handsets’ astronomical prices.
However, the 128GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge are still available in other markets like Canada, Australia, UK, and Singapore. But it could follow suit soon.