In its first month, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge shipped a mere 10 million units. That's great for any smartphone company, but it's a million less than the S5 did last year. That's a huge letdown for Samsung after doing such a radical redesign, and some of the blame has to go to taking away everything Android fans loved about the Galaxy S line. The devices are pretty and all, but it's not what consumers want. In comparison, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sold 10 million units in its first weekend alone.