Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge +

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge +

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge +

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge +

So Samsung finally unveiled its new Note line up phones Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge +.In this article, we just gonna talk about the new phablet brother of Very popular Galaxy s6 edge.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge +  Specs

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge + has a 5.7-inch display; 2,560×1,440 pixels (518 pixels per inch) and body of Metal and glass construction.It has curved edges like its smaller brother S6 Edge.It is powered Samsung Exynos 7octa-core processor (2.1GHz quad-core, plus 1.5GHz quad-core chips) coupled with 4GB of RAM.It sports a 16-megapixel camera rare camera which is capable of 4k Recording and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera.It comes wit 32GB/64GB internal storage options and No microSD expansion slot.It has a 3,000mAh battery (nonremovable).

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge + Price (Source: CNET)

AT&T is selling the Galaxy S6 edge+ in black or gold for $0 with its Next 24 (30 total payments), Next 18 (24 total payments) and Next 12 (20 total payments) plans. With Next 24, you get 32GB for $27.17 per month and 64GB for $30.50 per monthly. Next 18 prices the 32GB model at $33.96 monthly and the 64GB model at $38.13 monthly. With Next 12, it’s $40.75 per month for 32GB and $45.75 per month for 64GB.

Sprint has four options to get the Galaxy S6 Edge+. With its Lease plan, the 32GB variant is $0 down and $30 per month and the 64GB option is $0 down and $35 monthly, until you pay off the balance or upgrade. With Spring Easy Pay, the 32GB phone is $0 down and $33 per month and the 64GB phone is $0 down and $37 monthly. With a two-year contract, you’ll pay $349.99 for 32GB and $449.99 for 64GB. Off contract, 32GB costs $792 and 64GB is $888.

Verizon is charging $32 per month for 24 months with zero interest for the 32GB Galaxy S6 Edge+ (full price is $768), and $36 per month for 24 months with zero interest for the 64GB model (full price is $864). You can get either model in black or gold. Participating stores will have the phone on display starting August 2014.

T-Mobile is offering the phone in black and gold for $0 down, then $29.17 per month for 23 months and $29.08 for the 24th month. The full retail price is $699.99, which you can pay in full up front if you don’t want to make monthly payments.

US Cellular will sell the 32GB version of the phone for $299, plus taxes and fees, with a two-year contract. Alternatively, you can get it with an installment plan for $0 down and 20 monthly payments of $38.40.