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Samsung expected to bring 64GB Galaxy S6 edge+ to Europe this month

by Killian Bell | September 4, 2015September 4, 2015 5:03 am PST

Samsung announced two storage options for its new Galaxy S6 edge+, but until now, most European markets have only seen the entry-level 32GB model. According to one report, however, the 64GB option will be rolling out this month.

“Customers who would rather pay extra to get more storage are likely waiting on the 64GB model, we have some good news for them,” reports SamMobile. “64GB models of the Galaxy S6 edge+ are coming to Europe in the next few weeks.”

In some markets, namely Germany and the Netherlands, the 64GB S6 edge+ can already be purchased at some retailers. However, customers elsewhere have been unable to get their hands on it, and are avoiding the 32GB model given that there is no option for expansion anymore.

For those who are holding onto their cash, however, it looks like the wait could soon be over.

Unfortunately, there’s still no word on when or indeed if the Galaxy Note 5 will be coming to Europe. So far, Samsung has said it has no plans to launch the phablet in EU markets, but recent leaks have suggested that situation could soon change.

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Killian Bell

Killian Bell is a 20-something technology journalist based in a tiny town in England. He has an obsession with that little company in Cupertino...

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