That’s according to a report in The Korea es, which says it’s a record number of early orders for any of the company’s smartphones. The orders break down as 15 million for the Galaxy S6, 5 million for the S6 ge. Note that these are orders placed by retailers carriers, not pre-orders placed by consumers. The Galaxy S6 is powered by Samsung’s own octa-core Exynos processor with 3GB of RAM. It also has a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOD display, a 16-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 2,550mAh battery pack. The Galaxy S6 ge screen bends over on each side, though not as dramatically as the Galaxy Note ge. th this release, Samsung is trying to reverse its fortunes, which saw it losing marketshare to Apple other competitors in the Android space. Samsung is stepping up its build quality, as many other devices like the HTC One phones from have been far more remarkable to look at than the boring plastic build that Samsung used for its devices. The story behind the story: Samsung gave its Galaxy flagship the most radical overhaul it’s done, going with a metal–glass build eliminating removable batteries an SD card slot. It left us impressed in our initial hs-on, though we’ll have to give it a more detailed review to see if it’s worth your money.