Loads of Storage
Samsung killed off the microSD card slot on the Galaxy S series but as we've said, we're not shedding any tears. The Galaxy S6 comes in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB (that's better than the iPhone's setup) and there are other ways to expand storage.
As we've noted, there are ways to expand the amount of storage you can use with your Galaxy S6. One way is to sign up for a cloud service. If you don't want to do that, you can also pick up a Sandisk Wireless Flash Drive and the WiFi Media Drive. This will allow you to connect wirelessly to watch your videos, play your music and access your files. You can also use a USB drive.
The Galaxy S6 32GB starts at $199.99 which puts it at the same price point as the 16GB iPhone 6. We like what Samsung's done to offset the loss of the microSD card slot.