Samsung unveiled two new large-screen phones Thursday at a press event in New York. The new Galaxy S6 edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 both feature 16-megapixel cameras, a new livestreaming video function tied to YouTube, and most importantly, high-quality 5.7-inch screens. The main difference between the two is that the Note 5 has a flat screen and comes with a stylus, while the S6 edge+ has a curved screen and no stylus.
The devices add to a sometimes confusing constellation of similarly named devices from the South Korean electronics giant. Here’s a quick guide to the best high-end mobile phones Samsung is currently offering.
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