Malaysia Ready To Welcome The 64 GB Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Posted: May 2 2015, 11:25am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 
Malaysia Ready to Welcome the 64 GB Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

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The phone will be available starting from the mid of this month

The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge were both announced in various color options and different models. Unfortunately, not all these made it to all the markets upon launch and some were left to wait for their favorite variants to arrive. Only recently, Canada got its wish fulfilled with the platinum gold option and now it’s the Malaysian market which is getting the Galaxy S6 Edge in a 64GB variant.

Higher storage capacities are in high demand and Samsung seems to know well what its customers are wishing for. The 32 GB model had already launched a couple of weeks earlier and on its launch press event Samsung had remained quiet about launching larger storage capacity variants in the future. It has now been confirmed that the 64 GB variant is on the horizon and is being made available in the Malaysian market.

People in Malaysia will be able to purchase the Galaxy S6 edge starting from the mid of this month for RM3,599 inclusive of GST. The phone will be available at all Samsung Experience Stores along with the authorized Samsung dealers in White Pearl, Black Sapphire and Gold Platinum.

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