The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5 announcement is fast approaching, and with it the crescendo of leaks, renders, actual design shots, and specs galore. About the only thing left is price and release date, and we already have a hint about both. Samsung will allegedly release the enlarged version of the S6 edge a week after Thursday on preorder, and the price bandied about for Europe was tipped to start from EUR 799.99 for the basic 32 GB model. Well, that pricing got confirmed today, as a Romanian e-tailer already listed the phone in its ordering database, complete with the full specs of the device.
The new dual-edged phablet from Samsung will apparently come costing the equivalent of $1012 for the 32-gigger, and about a Benjamin more for the 64 GB version. As far as specs go, the phone indeed seems to mimic the Note 5 sheet, save for the eventually smaller battery: a 5.67 Super AMOLED Quad HD display, covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 in curved edges, an octa-core Exynos 7420 chipset with Mali-T760MP8 graphics, and... surprise, surprise... 4 GB RAM. The rear camera is listed as a 16 MP module, while the front shooter is shown as 5 MP. The only ho-hum field is the 3000 mAh battery, whereas the Note 5 is rumored to have a larger one, but we'll believe that when we see the official specs.