The Galaxy S6 edge is the most innovative smartphone on the market right now, with a unique form factor that seems as though it’s always been meant to be a part of the smartphone experience. At the same time, however, getting a 32GB Galaxy S6 edge has meant shelving out some serious cash, particularly if you’re an AT&T customer. The 32GB Galaxy S6 edge will cost you $815 on AT&T’s network. Oh, the price you pay as an AT&T customer!
Well, if you can’t handle that price, eBay’s got a deal for you. The latest? The AT&T Galaxy S6 edge retails for $599.99 at eBay, which is $215 off the original price (somewhere around 26.38% off the original price). The AT&T GS6 edge is being sold through seller qualitycellz, who currently has a 99.2% positive feedback rating at eBay. In other words, the seller’s quite reliable, if eBay is any indication. The device is unlocked, which means you can use the device with T-Mobile (although the T-Mobile band doesn’t appear as a compatible band) and the device has been inspected.
The Galaxy S6 edge, for those who need a reminder, features a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display with a Quad HD screen resolution of 2,560 x 1,440p. The S6 edge also features a 5MP front camera with an f/1.9 aperture, 16MP back camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) and an f/1.9 camera aperture, Samsung’s homegrown Exynos 7420 processor, and is made of airplane 6013 aluminum and Gorilla Glass 4 that wraps around the display as well as the back of the phone. In-built wireless charging is on board, which should make juicing up a breeze.
And, just think: Incipio’s now made it possible to expand your device storage up to an additional 128GB! With the price drop and a new storage case, Samsung’s most innovative phone yet should remain a hot item until the Korean manufacturer’s Galaxy Note 5 announcement.