Samsung's Galaxy S6 Europe Prices Rumored To Begin At €699 For The 32GB Model

Samsung's big reveal during their Unpacked 2015 event has come and gone, and anyone that was or is interested in either the Samsung Galaxy S6 or the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge is likely waiting for the official confirmation of exact dates and pricing availability for when these phones can be picked up. While there are some details about where this phone will be available, there aren't any specifics about the exact launch dates, Samsung only announced that both the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge will be launching from April 10th in 20 countries. They did not however confirm which 20 countries those will be, but we can expect the U.S., UK, South Korea, China, and some countries in Europe to be included here.

When it comes to the European release, although there isn't any confirmed information from Samsung, the prices are already being rumored for all three models of the device, which will be coming in three different storage size options of 32GB, 64GB, and a final 128GB option for those that need massive amounts of storage. According to some reports by SamMobile the prices have already been potentially listed for all three models, starting at â‚¬699 for the 32GB model of the Galaxy S6. The prices for the larger amounts of storage jump up â‚¬100 each time, making the 64GB model â‚¬799 and the 128GB model â‚¬899.

As for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, the prices are supposedly set at â‚¬849 for the 32GB model, which is only â‚¬50 less than the 128GB model Galaxy S6. The higher pricing on the Galaxy S6 Edge was to be expected as it comes with the dual edge display. The other two models of the Galaxy S6 Edge, the 64GB and the 128GB are to be â‚¬949 and â‚¬1,049 respectively. Now keep in mind these prices are rumors at this point only but said to be from Samsung officials at the event. With that being said, these prices may not be exactly on par with the actual costs when the devices both launch around April 10th, but they could likely be very close to it if these aren't exactly spot on.

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