About the Galaxy S6 and bloatware....
Forget what you might have heard: There's plenty of it. And though all but a few of the apps can be disabled
(as is standard with most Android manufacturers these days), none can be easily removed
That's the case for the U.S. T-Mobile version of the phone, at least. And to be clear, this is nothing out of the ordinary, especially for a carrier-connected phone; Android devices without
this type of bloatware are more of the exception than the rule. I point it out only because of all the reports suggesting that Samsung was going to be doing something meaningfully different with preinstalled apps this go-round.
(My initial impressions of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are here, in case you missed 'em: http://www.computerworld.com/article/2901269/galaxy-s6-galaxy-s6-edge-hands-on.html