Christmas shopping season is right around the corner, and the Seattle-based online retailing giant has already commenced a spree of deals on flagship Android smartphones, now also including Samsung’s Galaxy S6.
Amongst the best-selling tech products during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping season were smartphones, especially the high-end ones, which come with stellar displays and jaw-dropping CPU and GPU performances.
One of these handsets definitely has to be Samsung’s flagship, running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, skinned under TouchWiz user interface. And we are not mentioning it due to being Samsung fanboys – for the record, we are not -, but because we know when to respect a good deal when it pops up.
Amazon has done the trick again and is offering the hot smartphone – 32GB internal storage edition, blue color variant – for $510.92 unlocked, for US customers, while the contract-free version for European consumers will cost them a tad lower, at $502.99. The US deal saves potential owners a notable $90 at checkout. Free shipping and US warranty are included in the offer as well.
At the time of writing, 11 units are left in stock for the European deal while the US one, fortunately, has still plenty handsets available for sale. Hence, if you are located in Europe and were looking forwards obtaining a Galaxy S6, the clock is ticking.
Furthermore, Roberts Amazon store has the Galaxy S6 available for an even lower $499, with free shipping included for all the US, beating Amazon’s $510 sale for the States.
As far as specs go, the Galaxy S6 sports a QHD Super AMOLED 5.1-inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 scratch and shatter-proof protection, while it is powered by Exynos 7420 octa-core CPU. The primary camera shoots 16MP while the front one at 5-megapixels. Extra features include wireless charging and fingerprint scanner.
Both the US and Europian versions come with 4G LTE support, while the offer ends in less than nineteen and a half hours at the time of writing.
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