The Korean smartphone makers Samsung has just unveiled their next flagship smartphone devices i.e, Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge with a total state of the art design and looks these devices will surely be presented all over the world via the main cellular networks across the globe.
The story is same for United States as well as the new Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge will be made available by all the cellular networks in the states including the Verizon, AT&T, T-mobile, Sprint and US Cellular. All these networks have decorated their website home pages with the news of the arrival of the most anticipated Samsung device of 2015. However there are no details of when they will show up on the markets and what will be the selling price of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
On the Verizon site the posted image of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge clearly shows the engraved logo of the company on the back of the device, a standard edition of the devices currently shown in blue and white colors. But still there are no news reports or even a slight judgment of what they will demand for the devices on their availability. Some of the leaked images on a British cellular network shows a price tag of $699 for the Galaxy S6, so we can make a wide guess that the Galaxy S6 Edge will be made available around $749, if not less.
The AT&T coming soon page also shows the same story as well by putting the device among the premium smartphone. We all know that the premium devices mostly cost around $300 on deals. While others like T-Mobile, US Cellular are a bit lazy to welcome the Korean flagship device on their sites yet.
The Sprint Posted their welcome note a day before the launch event of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. While tapping on the learn more page you will be allowed to pre register for the device on the site.
Moreover the international version of the Galaxy S6 which is subjected to be the base model of the GS6 will include 32GB of non-expandable storage, with an expected retail price of $650 before subsidies. The GS6 Edge’s price isn’t known, but if the Galaxy Note Edge is anything to go by, it will carry quite a premium. Samsung will offer both phones in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB capacities, though which carriers will offer which variants is up in the air. Most carriers will probably offer the white and blue versions, plus a few exclusives here and there for good measure.