Afterall they are the flagship smartphones of Samsung, the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ and forgot to mention about the 128GB storage option, which has been officially confirmed by the electronics. So there’s still a choice of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB indeed.
Fortunately, you can have them at the Samsung US site where you can purchase them for the major US carriers. What unfortunate here is that Sprint won’t have a 128GB Galaxy S6 Edge+ offering, but does have the Galaxy Note5 128GB affair.
Rest of others, such as AT&T, Verizon wireless and T-Mobile will nevertheless carry the three storage options for bth the Samsung S6 Edge+ and Note5 phablets. No details on how much the 128GB costs, rather suggesting they won’t make it in time for the first wave of shipments.
Just in case you missed it, pre-orders are for the United States and South Korea only. Europe will have to wait until next year for Note5, and the big deal here is the 128GB option that you can’t expand the storage after the fact – there’s no microSD card slot on both the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ either.
US carriers: Pre-orders for Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ already started. Pricing and availablity list are provided below, chech them out:
Both devices will be available with Next 24, 18 and 12 pricing in 32GB and 64GB storage versions. Contract-free? If you have the lump sum, you can get it or can trade in an old device for up to $200. If you have DIRECTV or U-Verse and switch to AT&T you can get $300 bill credit. Switching from another carrier can net you $100 in bill credit.
|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|
Offering the Galaxy duo on JUMP! If you pre-register before August 20, you can score a year of free Netflix. The carrier however isn’t offering the 64GB versions of either device oft-mentioned. You can get a special price for the 32GB Note5 of $25 a month if you get one by September 30.
|Galaxy Note5||24 months||Reference price|
|Galaxy S6 edge+||24 months||Reference price|
Sprint is also offering trading the older devices for a “guaranteed $200 minimum credit.” You can also grab a free Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 with new activation of a 2-year service. Great!
|Galaxy Note5||Lease||Easy Pay||2-yr contract||Off-contract|
|Galaxy S6 Edge+||Lease||Easy Pay||2-yr contract||Off-contract|
Note: The Galaxy S6 edge+ version of the device with a 128GB internal storage size should easily bust the $1k mark.