Slated for launch in April, Samsung's latest flagship smartphones- the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge have drawn considerable interest from customers and several estimates predict unprecedented sales for the two premium smartphones.
Just weeks before the official release, prices for the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge have leaked out for Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait. The pricing covers both single SIM and dual SIM variants apart from the internal storage options of 32G, 64GB and 128GB.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 will sell at an equivalent of £486 for the single SIM 32GB variant in Qatar and Bahrain and at £475 in Kuwait. The 64GB variant will sell at£541 in Qatar, £540 in Bahrain and a few pounds cheaper in Kuwait.
The dual SIM version of the Galaxy S6 will sell at £504 in Qatar and Bahrain and at £494 in Kuwait for the 32GB variant, while the 64GB variant will sell at £560 in Qatar, £557 in Bahrain and £548 in Kuwait.
As for the Galaxy S6 Edge, we see the introduction of the 128GB variant for the first time in Samsung phones. Available in single SIM only, the prices vary in the three countries for the 32GB, 64GB and the 128GB versions. The equivalent prices in GBP are mentioned below:
Version Qatar Bahrain Kuwait
32GB 579 575 566
64GB 634 635 623
128GB 709 703 693
Featuring a complete glass and metal body for the first time, the Galaxy S6 phones are a result of cutting edge technology and brand new features never before seen in Samsung devices. JK Shin, President and CEO of Samsung, had claimed during the launch that 'With a mission to redefine the brand, engineers at Samsung worked with a philosophy of 'design with purpose' to create the best smartphone ever.'