Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Global (G925F) Ports
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Galaxy S6 Edge Earpiece Speaker Assembly
Replace the earpiece speaker assembly for a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
Galaxy S6 Edge/S6 Edge+/S7 Edge/Note5 Test Cable for Display Assembly
This test cable simplifies connecting multiple display assemblies for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, S7 Edge, or Note5.
Galaxy S6 Edge SIM Card Tray
Replace the tray that holds the SIM card.
Galaxy S6 Edge Screen
Replace the double curved edge display for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge including the front glass digitizer screen and AMOLED display.
Galaxy S6 Edge Motherboard (AT&T)
Replace the main circuit board assembly for the AT&T model Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (SM-G925A).
Galaxy S6/S6 Edge Vibrator
Replace the vibrator motor in a Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge. This part is not compatible with the S6 Edge+.
Galaxy S6 Edge Midframe (Global)
Replace a damaged midframe. This assembly includes the power and volume buttons as well as the metal and plastic frame and edge bezel.
Galaxy S6 Edge Rear Camera
Replace the rear facing 16 MP camera for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
Galaxy S6 Edge Charging Coil Conductor
Replace a defective charging coil conductor.
Galaxy S6 Edge Rear Camera Bezel & Lens Cover
Replace the metal bezel and lens cover for the rear-facing camera of a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
The Galaxy S6 Edge is Samsung's curved-screen version of the S6. Internally, the Edge is nearly identical to the S6—it has the same octa-core processor, 16 megapixel camera, wireless charging capability, and the whole host of features offered by the S6. Although both devices have the same resolution, the Edge's screen allows for new gestures—configurable for either left- or right-handed persons—and notification systems.