The three are available for purchase in Dubai, at least, on a site that lists classifieds. They are all brand new, in original packaging and with valid IMEI numbers.
The Galaxy S7 edge commands the highest price, at AED 4,500 (€1,100/$1,225), significantly more than what is rumored to be the MSRP when it does launch. The regular S7 is AED 300 cheaper, which translates to about €1,025 ($1,140). Compared to those, the LG G5's price of AED 2,500 (€610/$680) sounds like lunch money.
Prices aside, the S7 edge's retail box contents have been revealed. A charger and a USB cable are hardly exciting, and the separately packaged headset we've already seen before - it's the same model as the one bundled with last year's Samsung flagships. The last item is a bit puzzling as it's most likely a USB OTG adapter, but why Samsung would include one in the bundle is beyond us.
It's unclear what the G5's standard equipment will be, but it's perhaps the best look we've got so far of its back, where there's a lot going on. It does have a Nexus 5X vibe about it (LG made that one too), only the circular lens of the 5X has been stretched to accommodate the G5's dual camera setup.
The smartphones have all been imported from the US, the listings read, and are supposedly genuine, but we obviously have no way of verifying that. We'd generally wait for the official release before shelling out that amount of cash, but we can also appreciate the appeal of having that S7 edge a month ahead of everyone else.
Thanks to Shiva D and Luis for the tips!
I don't understand how they could have produced such an ugly device. It is literally the dumbest looking phone I've ever seen.
this G5 looks awsome ... durable people always complain for everything ..if they get plastic then looks cheap...if metal body then it is heavy and boring,,if they get glass then fragile or another iphone copy.. no one in this world is happy so each ...
it might be switched off