The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and the Galaxy S6 are going to be made official on the 1st of March at Samsung’s Mobile World Congress press conference and both handset are expected to go on sale in March.
According to a recent report by Ars Techinca, supply of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will apparently be limited at launch.
They have also received some information relating to the pricing of both devices, the Galaxy S6 is expected to retail for €749 or $849 for the 32GB model, €849 or $949 for the 64GB model and €949 or $1,076 for the 128GB model.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge will apparently cost around €100 more or $124 more than the standard Galaxy S6 for each storage size, which would make the device an expensive handset.
Supply of the Galaxy S6 Edge will apparently be limited at launch due to reported manufacturing issues related to the curved display on the handset and around one third of all Galaxy S6 devices at launch will be the S6 Edge version.
Source Ars Technica
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