The eagerly-anticipated Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are set to hit stores in April and after a record number of preorders, it seems neither users, nor retailers can wait to finally get their hands on Samsung's latest flagship devices.
And while we think we already have a pretty nice idea of what to expect in terms of pricing for the devices in different markets, a Russian retailer, recently threw a major curve ball on the scene by listing a Duos version of the Galaxy S6 in its online store.
While the dual-SIM version is not unheard of, this is only the second time we have seen in priced and this time it's in an actual listing.
According to the source, the Galaxy phones will hit the Russian market starting April 16. The 32GB Galaxy S6 is priced at RUB 49,999, or about $843 and the 64GB dual-SIM model will set you back RUB 52,990, or about $893. The S6 edge is even steeper at 54,990, or about $927.
Is it better the Samsung Galaxy S6 Duos version G9200? Or the G920FD?
Black Adder,, its OK,, don't worry about it,
i think it has something to do with economics as well, in asia almost everyone have cell phones - because its easily available and unlocked - and because there are so many competing wireless carries the cost remains reasonable to everyone, and having...