AT&T Opens Pre-Orders for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge



Two of the most anticipated smartphone releases of 2015 are about to hit store shelves on April 10th. However, until Samsung's excellent Galaxy S6 duo are available generally, you can pre-order them starting today. Coinciding with the launch of the HTC One M9 pre-orders, those looking for a new smartphone have some decisions to make today. If you've been thinking of either the Galaxy S6 or the Galaxy S6 Edge on AT&T, then today's your day as you can pre-order them right now.


AT&T has both devices in a number of storage capacities, colors and on a variety of plans. Both are available on a two-year contract starting at $199.99 upfront, as well as on AT&T Next plans. Starting with the Galaxy S6, it's available in either Black Sapphire, White Pearl or Gold Platinum and is available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB storage options. The Galaxy S6 Edge is available in the same storage capacities of 32, 64 and 128GB as well as the same color options of Black Sapphire, White Pearl or Gold Platinum. Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy S6 Edge is quite a bit more expensive, at $299.99 upfront and a little more each month on an AT&T Next plan.

These are some of the best Samsung devices that the South Korean giant has launched in a long time, but with no removable battery or microSD card slot, the HTC One M9 might be a better choice for some. Having said that, the new design language and build here from Samsung is impressive. More information can be found at the source link down below, directly from AT&T.

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