As the tech industry gets excited by the arrival of Samsung's next big thing at MWC in early March of this year, the Galaxy S6 rumour mill has gone into the overdrive.
With the Galaxy S6 launch date set for March 1, pricing for entire range has leaked, according to a published report. Interestingly, the Galaxy S6 32GB will be available from 749 Euros, which is around Rs. 52,500.
There will also be a 64GB capacity version at 849 Euros (approximately around Rs. 59,490) and a 128GB version costing a jaw-dropping 949 Euros (approximately Rs. 66,490).
As speculated earlier, the report claims that Samsung will release the Galaxy S Edge, alongside the launch of the Galaxy S6, but at a hefty tag.
The alleged report confirms that the smartphone will be made available in two storage capacities: one with a 128GB model, and the other with a 32GB internal storage. Notably, the 128GB will reportedly cost 1000 Euros (approximately Rs. 70,000).
Analysts are expecting two versions of the Samsung Galaxy S6, but it is unclear whether both will make an appearance next month.
Recent reports suggest that Samsung is working on a mobile payments system, just like Apple Pay. It's being speculated that the Galaxy S6 will support Samsung's rumoured mobile payments system.
Some rumours suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S Edge will have the dual-Edge displays. Samsung has already unveiled the curved edge screen handset in September 2014.
On Monday, Samsung sent out a media invite for its press conference at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on March 1. The press invite, which features the tagline ‘What's Next,' hints at a curved frame.
If rumours are to be believed, the Galaxy S6 would sport a 5-inch QHD screen, a 64-bit Exynos chipset, 4GB of RAM, 20.7MP rear-facing shooter, and a 5MP front-facing camera. The purported handset is expected to offers 4G LTE connectivity, and will run Android 5.0 Lollipop.
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