The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 was officially announced today. We stated a quick specification of both devices and also added that no price was stated yet.
Luckily, we now have our hands on how much it currently cost in the US. Judging from the cost for both devices in the US, we can draw speculations on how much the device would cost when it gets to Nigeria. If you are based in other countries other than the US and Nigeria, just calculate using the exchange rate in your country and you’d get an idea of how much it would cost when it arrives.
According to the prices in the US, it varies based on the carrier.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus and Note 5 Prices In The US
For AT&T carrier, buying the 32GB version of the Galaxy Note 5 off contract costs $839.99 while the 64GB version costs $914.99.
|Galaxy Note5||Next 24 (30 payments)||Next 18 (24 payments)||Next 12 (20 payments)||Off-contract|
|Galaxy S6 edge+||Next 24 (30 payments)||Next 18 (24 payments)||Next 12 (20 payments)||Off-contract|
For T-Mobile, the carrier isn’t offering the 64GB version. Hence, you just have the 32GB version of the Samsung Duo. Buying the 32GB version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 costs $699.99 while the Galaxy S6 Edge+ costs $779.99.
|Galaxy Note5||24 months||Reference price|
|Galaxy S6 edge+||24 months||Reference price|
For Sprint, the 32GB version of the Note 5 costs $720 off contract while the 64GB version costs $812. For the S6 Edge+, the 32GB version costs $792 off contract while the 64GB version costs $888.
|Galaxy Note5||Lease||Easy Pay||2-yr contract||Off-contract|
|Galaxy S6 Edge+||Lease||Easy Pay||2-yr contract||Off-contract|
Source : GSMArena
Likely Price Of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ In Nigeria
Seeing that there are three carriers stating different prices, it would be better we make use of the highest. That way, we don’t get disappointed if the price has a huge increase from what we speculated when it is finally on sale and in Nigeria.
Judging from the prices stated in the US, we expect the 32GB version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to cost about NGN189,000 while the 64GB version could cost NGN205,000.
For the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+, we expect the 32GB version to be sold for NGN185,000 while the 64GB version could be sold for NGN205,000.
Pre-orders are currently ongoing but Samsung says, sales will commence from the 21st. Soon, you should be able to place pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ via online retail shops in Nigeria.