There have been no shortage of leaks regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8.
In fact this week alone there have been so many leaked photos and details on specifications that we already have a pretty good idea of what to expect from Samsung’s new flagship device.
However, up until now we didn’t really have have any indication how much the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will cost.
According to a new report in tech site BGR, the Galaxy S8 will be available in the UK and Europe from £799 an €799, respectively, while the larger S8+ will cost £899 and €899.
Given current exchange rates that is close to $1,000 or 35,000 baht.
By comparison, the 32GB version of the Galaxy S7 cost 23,900 baht and the S7 Edge was 26,900 baht when it launched in Thailand in March 2016.
Both handsets will reportedly include a curved dual edge infinity display, with reduced size bezels and no physical home button. The display on the regular model will measure will 5.8 inches, while the S8+ is expected to come in at 6.2 inches.
Tech tipster Roland Quandt also said he expects the new S8 devices to be available in the traditional black and silver, as well as new violet colour variant.
Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy S8 and S8+ on March 29, before they are expected to go on sale by the end of April.
A reported from last month claimed the Galaxy S8 rival, the iPhone 8 will be the first Apple phone to cost upwards of $1000.
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