There’s still a few weeks to go till the Samsung Galaxy S6 is actually released, but it’s probably fair to say it’s already been more warmly received than last year’s Galaxy S5.
One particular analyst reckons Samsung will sell a whopping 55 million Galaxy S6s throughout 2015, and meanwhile Galaxy S6 UK price isn’t quite as harsh as we expected.
Taiwan’s DRAMeXchange is feeling quite optimistic about the Samsung Galaxy S6, upping its previous sales estimate for 2015 to 55 million (Yonhap News Agency).
Amusingly, the Taiwanese get incredibly specific about the number of Galaxy S6s moving each quarter, particularly 22.2 million in Q2, 16.2 million in Q3, and 12.5 million in Q4.
Meanwhile, Tesco Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S6 pre-registration page lists Galaxy S6 price from £36PM (£864 total over two years), with a monthly allowance including 1,000 minutes, 5,000 texts, and 2GB 4G data.
Samsung Galaxy S6 edge price is a little higher, at £43.50PM (£1,044 total) with the same allowance.
Vodafone’s Samsung Galaxy S6 pricing includes the S6 at £48.50PM (£1,164 total), and the S6 edge for £53.50PM (£1,284). In either case, you’re getting 4GB 4G data, with unlimited minutes and texts.
EE, finally, recommends the Samsung Galaxy S6 at £43.49 for the S6 (32GB) and £53.49 for the S6 edge (64GB). With an upfront cost of £49.99, that’s £1,093.75 and £1,333.75 respectively over two years. Both offerings include unlimited minutes and texts; the S6 comes with 4GB of data, while the S6 edge gets a colossal 20GB.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 release date is set for April 10, with the UK included in the first wave.