So I went to the store yesterday with the intention of looking at the iPhone 6 Plus, as that is what I'm planning to get as my next phone, but there was somebody using the only one available, so I decided to occupy myself with the Android phones on the stand opposite. One of the first phones I had a look at were the S6 and the S6 Edge, two phones that I didn't really think about before. I used them, and I was absolutely wowed. Design and build: The phones at this particular stores had those annoying things on the back which are supposed to protect against theft, so I didn't quite have the opportunity to see what it felt like in hand in normal usage circumstances. I have a vague idea, but it wasn't enough. The glass seems premium enough though. The S6 Edge looked cool, but it isn't worth the £110 premium. I'm curious about the protruding camera though. Don't tend to use my phone when it's flat on a table so it shouldn't be a problem. And the screen. Oh. My. God. I heard this comment in a review, and I have to reiterate, this screen looks like one of those stickers that they put on some phones. In fact, even better. Blacks, whites, reds, blues and greens are completely pure. I was 100% satisfied. Unneeded areas of the screen would black out, and video was absolutely amazing. AMOLED needs to be the standard for all displays, smartwatches, widescreen TVs, the lot. And of course, the OS. I've always thought that I was more suited for iOS, but after checking out this phone I'm keen to give Android a go. It would be nice to have more features and customisation options. And TouchWiz seems nice, and as I understand it it is much less bloated than it used to be, so I can take that as a plus. I'm really tempted to choose this as my next phone when I'm viable for an upgrade in October. I'm really not sure what I want, this or the iPhone 6 Plus. Is there anything that I need to know about it from S6 users? Any chance of a price drop any time soon? And I heard that the S7 might even release late this year rather than next year. Is this likely? Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks.