Samsung had announced at MWC 2015 that its flagship smartphones will be launched in 20 countries starting April 10, with their pricing already revealed for various markets and carriers. After T-Mobile revealed the retail pricing for the Galaxy S6, the price for the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge has been revealed for the Italian and Swedish markets.
After pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge was revealed in Italy earlier today it’s now time for Switzerland and Sweden. Pricing for Swiss users is lower compared to those in Sweden and Italy with the cheapest 32GB of the Samsung Galaxy S6 costing only €653 and the S6 edge being as low as €793 – converted from Swiss francs.
In comparison the price in Italy for the Galaxy S6 edge starts at €889 while in Sweden the Galaxy S6 is around €760 and the S6 edge €922 – converted from Swedish krona.
It was expected that the edge variant of the Galaxy S6 would be around €100 more expensive and as is you could get a 64GB Galaxy S6 for the price of a 32GB Galaxy S6 edge.
Keep in mind that more prices will be surfacing as the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge make their way to market in April and that prices should go down some months after that.