iPhones might bend, but they sure don’t curve.
Samsung announced two new Galaxy S6 smartphones Sunday at the Mobile World Congress, an industry exhibition held in Barcelona, Spain.
Unlike previous Galaxy models — which are some of the most popular Android phones in America — the S6 will not have a removable battery, and it won’t support microSD storage cards. In other words, you’re stuck with whatever’s built into the phone — just as you are with the iPhone.
Samsung may be enjoying the spotlight, but expect Apple to fire back at its March event next week.