According to Sam Mobile, Samsung officials confirmed the prices of the two handsets for Europe. Reportedly, the cheapest Galaxy S6 (32 GB version) will cost €699. The 64 GB model should be sold for €799, while the 128 GB variant will be priced at €899. Unsurprisingly, the Galaxy S6 edge will be more expensive: €849 (32 GB), €949 (64 GB), and €1,049 (128 GB). We should expect prices to be similar in the US, thus starting at $699 for the Galaxy S6 32 GB, and going up to $1,049 for the Galaxy S6 edge 128 GB. Naturally, these are prices for the unlocked Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. US carriers will most probably offer the two handsets starting at $199 on contract (though we assume that the S6 edge will actually be available starting at $299).
Of course, given the build quality (metal + Gorilla Glass 4) and the high-end features that the S6 and S6 edge are offering, we were expecting them to be expensive. Though maybe not that expensive. What do you think, are the prices listed above too high, or just right?
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge
source: Sam Mobile