We've traveled the world, touched every button you can touch, taken hundreds of photos and hours of video, and have only just begun to scratch the surface when it comes to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. These two devices represent an impressive new chapter for Samsung, and exploring what that means is going to take all Summer at least. It's an exciting time to be playing with this technology, and the best part of this experience is being able to explore right alongside our readers. To that end, if you've decided to pick up a Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge you can consider this your official invitation to join the Android Central forums for your shiny new smartphone.
Not to pat ourselves on the back, but over the past couple of years we've gotten pretty good at this whole Android thing. A huge part of that is the constant conversation that happens between out editorial team and the forums. We rely heavily on the questions you ask and the feedback you provide, not only as a means to shape our coverage of a device but also to make sure we're pushing all of the right buttons and collecting the information you think is important.
The activity we've already seen in our forums for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge confirm what we already knew — these phones are going to continue to be a big deal throughout 2015. If you've got questions, or you've stumbled across a new way to do something, or even if you've found an accessory for your phone you don't think a lot of people have seen or heard about yet, our forums are the place to be. All you need to do is follow the links below, and dive right in.
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