Early pricing of Samsung Galaxy S6 shows up online

Early pricing of Samsung Galaxy S6 shows up online

There is one month left until the launch of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone but the preliminary pricing of the device has already reached the Internet. Unfortunately the smartphone will not be cheap at all, judging from the available information, so even if you start saving now you probably won’t be able to afford it in March.

So, how much does the flagship cost? The most affordable version, which happens to be the Galaxy S6 32 GB will sell for EUR 749. The 64 GB and 128 GB versions will sell for EUR 849 and EUR 949. The expected curved version known as Galaxy S6 Edge will sell for EUR 849 (32 GB), EUR 949 (64 GB) and EUR 1049 (128 GB). Thus the expected curved version happens to be more expensive than the 128 GB version of the iPhone 6 Plus. The prices are valid for the European Union only as of now, and, again, they are unofficial.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 should appear during MWC 2015, which is scheduled for March 2-5, 2015.

Source: AndroidPIT

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