Samsung has not yet announced what the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge will cost, but pricing details for the new devices continue to leak out. On Tuesday, Tech website SammyHub shared a list of prices for the Galaxy S6 and its curved display variant the Galaxy S6 Edge, based on country.
Austria, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia and Spain are expected to sell the Galaxy S6 starting for 699 euros ($747) and the Galaxy S6 Edge starting at 849 euros ($907). Latvia and Lithuania also may offer customers Samsung’s screen care insurance.
Denmark is expected to sell the Galaxy S6 for 5,499 Danish kroner ($788) and the Galaxy S6 Edge for 6,499 Danish kroner ($931). Norway is expected to sell the Galaxy S6 for 6,590 Norwegian kroner ($812) and the Galaxy S6 Edge for 7,990 Norwegian kroner ($985). Switzerland is expected to sell the Galaxy S6 starting at 699 Swiss francs ($699) and the Galaxy S6 Edge starting at 849 Swiss francs ($849).
Most major markets will begin selling the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge April 10, but some countries have announced their own dates for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, such as Kazakhstan, which will begin accepting preorders March 22 and will begin selling the devices April 17. Sweden will begin selling the Galaxy S6 April 10 starting at 6990 Swedish kroner ($815).
Prior reports said the Galaxy S6 will likely cost at least $50 more than the previous Galaxy S5; the device is expected to sell for approximately $699 in the U.S., according to an approximate retail value detailed in the rules of a giveaway hosted by carrier T-Mobile. Most U.S. carriers have not shared details on their launch dates; however, Verizon says it will begin accepting preorders for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge April 1.
The Galaxy S6 Edge, with 32GB of internal storage, may sell for at least 699 euros ($747); however, the U.K. may get only the 64GB version, which could cost 799 euros ($853), and the 128GB model, which could cost 899 euros ($960).