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Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ Pre-orders to Start on August 21


Even before Samsung’s Unpacked event which is just a few days from now, the company by accident appears to have confirmed that the Galaxy Note 5 will be joined by a curved model. Samsung’s French site has a preorder page for the galaxy S6 Edge+.

The device is shown with a Level Bluetooth headset in a bundle which can preordered between August 21st and September 3rd. This could mean that there is a strong chance that the device could be launched on august 21st and hit stores around the 4th of September.

According to many analysts Samsung is launching the Galaxy Note 5 in order to release ahead of the Apple’s iPhone 6S. Now the photo that has been spotted on the page looks exactly the same as a regular Galaxy S6 Edge.

But rumors have it that the Galaxy S6 Edge+ will have the same internals as the original except that it will bigger than the original. Well we won’t have to wait long as both these devices will be revealed on the 13th of August.

Moreover Samsung immediately pulled down the Galaxy S6 Edge+ page and has replaced it with an Unpacked Live event page. This could mean that it is likely that the Edge+ will be released along with the Galaxy Note 5.


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