Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S6 smartphone is expected to be launched officially during Mobile World Congress (MWC) on 1 March, 2015, alongside a new smartphone named the Galaxy S Edge.
The South Korean electronics giant will be hoping the new devices capture the fancy of consumers better than the struggling Galaxy S5 did. In the run-up to the event, new details have surfaced hinting at the pricing of Samsung's next flagship handsets.
According to an Android Pit report, both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S Edge will be launched in three storage size variants, with European pricing details as follows:
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These rumoured prices certainly represent an elitist touch considering the fact that the Galaxy S Edge (128 GB) at €1,024 seems to be out of the reach of mid-range smartphone buyers.
However, Samsung is yet to issue an official confirmation regarding the price tag of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S Edge smartphones.
Samsung Pay on Galaxy S6
In moves to rival Apple Pay, Samsung is reportedly partnering with Visa to work on a mobile payment system. Samsung was also rumoured in December 2014 to be considering a deal with mobile payment system LoopPay.
Rumoured tech-specs of Samsung Galaxy S6:
- 5.5in Quad HD display (1440 x 2560).
- Exynos 7420 octa-core 64-bit processor (four Cortex-A53 and four Cortex A-57 cores).
- 3GB RAM.
- 32 GB internal storage.
- 20MP rear camera (IMX240 sensor); 5MP front camera.
- "Half-metal" outer frame.