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New Samsung Galaxy S6 colours are coming next month

Not content with black, white, and gold? Samsung has confirmed new Samsung Galaxy S6 colours will hit the UK next month.

Available for pre-order now, the Korean manufacturer has revealed that a blue Galaxy S6 will hit UK retailers from 1 July, closely followed by a green version of the innovative Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.

Although both S6 colour schemes were unveiled during the phone’s launch back at MWC, neither has been offered up to UK consumers until now.

Of course, this being a high-profile flagship phone, Samsung couldn’t dub the new devices something as simple as blue and green. Instead, cue the imminent arrival of “Blue Topaz” and “Green Emerald” devices.

While the green S6 Edge will be available from all manner of networks and retailers, the blue S6 will be exclusive to Carphone Warehouse and Samsung’s own Experience Stores until 12 August.

Glitzy paint jobs aside, the newly hued handsets are identical to their pre-existing siblings.

Related: Samsung Galaxy S7 release date

Pairing a 5.1-inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel QHD display with a 64-bit Exynos processor and 3GB of RAM, the Galaxy S6 is one of the standout devices of the current smartphone race.

With a 16-megapixel, OIS-enhanced camera slotted on the rear, the device also benefits from a newly refined, metal-framed and glass-backed design.

Not sure if the S6 is for you? Check out our smartphone group test video below to help you decide which device to plump for.

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