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Samsung Galaxy S6 range price leaked in Europe

With the Samsung Galaxy S6 launch just under a month away, pricing for the entire range has leaked, reports on Monday claimed.

According to AndroidPit, the Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB will be available from 749 Euros, which is around £565 with today’s conversation rate.

There’ll also be a 64GB version at 849 Euros (around £640) and a 128GB version costing 949 Euros (around £715), according to the report.

Interestingly, the site claims to have the inside track on the Galaxy S Edge, the rumoured dual-edge smartphone which is expected to launch alongside the Galaxy S6 next month.

According to AndroidPit, the handset will smash through the 1,000 Euro barrier, with the 128GB version priced at 1,049 Euros (around £791).

The report seemingly confirms there will still be a 32GB version of the Galaxy S6 handset, despite previous indications a 64GB model would be the minimum built-in storage offered.

Read more: Samsung Galaxy S6 rumours, release date, features, specs and more

On Monday, Samsung sent out a media invite for its press conference at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Sunday March 1.

The invite, which features the tagline ‘What’s Next,’ depicts a silhouetted handset and hints at a curved frame.

Earlier today we brought word of more speculation claiming the Galaxy S6 may eschew the 5.1-inch panel in favour of a 5-inch 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution display.

According to a test device picked up by Indian shipping service Zauba, the phone will also have an Exynos 7420 octa-core CPU, 3GB of RAM and a 20-megapixel camera.

While this all remains rumour to be taken with a pinch of salt at this stage, all will be revealed on March 1 in Barcelona.

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