The Samsung Galaxy S6 and its partner device, the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge are two of the most highly anticipated devices out there. There were originally, two of the most speculated devices prior to their launch and once the devices were unveiled, they quickly became firm favorites at MWC. Thanks to their seemingly overhaul in terms of design and software. As such, the demand for both devices, prior to becoming available to buy seems extremely high. In fact, it has already been reported that there is somewhere in the region of 20 million pre-orders already being made for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge (fifteen million for the Galaxy S6 and five million for the S6 Edge). Not to mention, the 2015 outlook in general for the Galaxy S6 is also reported to be rather good with some analysts expecting somewhere in the region of 55 million units expected to be shipped before the end of this year.
Well, this morning has already seen a confirmation being sent out from Samsung that the two flagship devices will be available for general pre-order starting tomorrow (March 27th). Since then, it now seems that AT&T have confirmed that they will indeed be carrying the two devices and that both can be pre-ordered via AT&T either in-store or online from tomorrow.
According to the press releases (source link below) the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will both be available via AT&T in Black Sapphire, White Pearl and Gold Platinum. Not to mention, all three storage variants (32GB, 64GB and 128GB) will all be available. Prices are noted as starting from $22.84 per month for the Galaxy S6 on AT&T Next 24. While, the Galaxy S6 Edge will come in at a slightly more premium price of $27,17 per month, again on AT&T Next 24. Both prices refer to the smallest 32GB variant with the prices to be higher for the higher storage variants. Not to mention, as both are part of the Next 24 program they will be subject to a 2-year contract. In addition, AT&T have also announced that customers who buy the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge can take advantage of a $50 discount off of a Samsung Gear Circle Bluetooth Stereo Headset. You can read the press release in full by clicking the source link below.