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Samsung Galaxy S6, the newly launched phablet, is already available with a massive discount on eBay. It is now possible to buy the 32 GB Galaxy S6 for $529 only. That's about $170 less than normal.

EBay has listed the SM-G920F variant of the Galaxy S6, according to Droid Life, the unlocked version of the handset that is aimed for international markets. However, in the U.S., customers can use SIM cards of AT&T and T-Mobile on the device.

According to Tech Times, the SM-G920F supports all LTE bands on AT&T. However, on T-Mobile only bands 2 and 12 are supported, which means users will only be able to enjoy 3G connectivity on the device. The publication claims that on eBay, the Galaxy S6 SM-G920F is available with free shipping.

EBay’s listing shows that few units of the Galaxy S6 are available on sale. The original price mentioned on the listing is $699, which means that eBay is offering a discount of $170. Also, the 232tech seller that is selling the Samsung Galaxy S6 has a satisfaction feedback rating of 99.5 percent.

Samsung Galaxy S6 is available in gold, white and black. However, the eBay offer is only allowing users to purchase the black variant. The retailer is also letting users purchase the same handset with six monthly installments of $89.

The 32 GB Galaxy S6 unlocked is priced at $685 with AT&T. The full retail price of the S6 with Verizon is $600. Sprint is selling it for $648. T-Mobile has listed it for $680. U.S Cellular is offering the 2015 flagship for $680. Compared to the Galaxy S6 pricing with major carriers of the U.S., its pricing on eBay is the lowest and offers a massive discount.

The Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with Quad HD screen of 5.1 inches and Exynos 7420 chipset supported by 3 GB of RAM. It is packed with a 16 MP rear camera and a front-facing camera of 5 MP. It is currently being updated the most recent Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update. It is equipped with a huge battery of 2,550 mAh capacity.