Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ may be coming this August for 800 Euros
Samsung and LG are facing tremendous pressure from competing flagship smartphones. As two of the largest smartphone manufacturers in South Korea, they are experiencing lower sales due to competition from Chinese manufacturers Xiaomi, Huawei, and Lenovo. Additionally, Chinese flagships usually retail for much less in comparison.
As a result of its recent financial results, Samsung will be cutting the prices of its two high-end smartphones. Exactly how much of a reduction we can expect for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, however, is not yet known.
The manufacturer may be unfazed about the high prices of its future smartphones if current rumors are to be believed. Sammobile claims that the Galaxy S6 Edge+ will cost at least 800 Euros for the 32 GB model. The current 32 GB version of the Galaxy S6 Edge (SM G925F) retails for 550 Euros, while the 32 GB Galaxy S6 (SM G920F) retails for 660 Euros. The source expects the S6 Edge+ to be formally announced on August 13 during the Galaxy Unpacked 2015 event in NYC with an official retail launch on August 21.
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