Best Buy Preparing The Green Emerald & Blue Topaz Galaxy S6s

Since Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, there has been much attention to drawn to some of the colors that are not yet available everywhere. In particular, the Blue Topaz and Green Emerald. Unfortunately, with all the headlines that have surrounded these two colors, there was no word on when these Galaxy S6 colors would become available or by which retailers. All we learned from the announcements is that these new Galaxy S6 colors were launching globally. These are the two colors that Samsung showed off on stage at the official unveiling of the device, and the two colors which seemed to almost be preferred over the currently available colors by everyone.

Well, now it looks like we have our first confirmed retailer that will be carrying the Galaxy S6 in Blue Topaz and Green Emerald. Not surprisingly, said retailer is Best Buy. Today on Best Buy's website you could see both of the new Galaxy S6 colors listed, marked with colors of "Green" and "Blue." Something worth noting is that these new colors of the Galaxy S6 were not carrier branded, they were listed as unlocked devices. The blue option was priced at $899 and the green option was listed at $1,059. You can see the live listings by clicking the source link below. However, it is probably not worth getting too excited just yet as both of the devices are currently listed as being sold out.

As mentioned above, both of the new colors of the Galaxy S6 that Best Buy is preparing to sell are unlocked. Although, when they hit carriers, there will more likely than not, be exclusive situations going on. This means that the Blue Topaz color of the Galaxy S6 will only be available on one carrier and the same goes for the Green Emerald version. Unfortunately, this is just how this type of thing usually goes down. So, you will have to either get lucky with what carrier you are currently on or have a little extra money to pay out for an unlocked version through Best Buy. But again, this is all speculation and could end up being completely wrong. We will just have to wait and see.

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