We know what the price of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge will be in Europe, but what about the US carrier pricing? Well, T-Mobile slipped and revealed the retail tag of the handset through the giveaway contest it is running now, and it is higher than the starting price of an iPhone 6. The price tag is actually the same as in Europe, but in USD.
At $699, we are talking about the 32 GB version, while the iPhone 6 starts you off with a 16 GB variant. HTC issued its own sweepstakes for the One M9, pegging its retail price in the US at $599, so the new Galaxy S6 flagship will command a Benjamin premium, while the S6 edge will likely cost another $100 more, both on and off contract.