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Samsung Galaxy S6 discounts keep on coming: 128GB model just $600 unlocked

Today-only or while supply lasts, B&H Photo Video offers whopping savings of $400 on the heftiest non-edgy GS6 configuration.

Samsung Galaxy S6

If you’re the digital hoarding type, you probably already know how hard it is to nurture that passion on an “entry-level” Galaxy S6. The beautiful aluminum-and-glass construction and super-speedy internal storage made microSD expansion feel like an impractical endowment, so Samsung scrapped the card slot.

As such, 32GB models essentially let you stash just around 23 gigs of data after accounting for fundamental system files and pre-loaded bloatware. Similarly, “mid-end” 64GB configs actually provide 55GB free space, whereas top-of-the-line 128 GB-ers should in theory be enough for any sane person.

If they’re not, your addiction is out of control. Unfortunately, buying the best of the best hasn’t been easy until recently, as even generous retailers like Amazon charged north of $1,000.

Galaxy S6

That’s preposterous, but luckily, disappointing sales numbers prompted deals, and the easiest phones to discount were the 128GB S6 and S6 Edge. The former now costs $660 outright at T-Mobile, or $0 down + $27.50 a month, while the latter goes for $760 after a $200 trim.

If you’d rather activate your top-drawer GS6 at AT&T or some other US GSM carrier, or simply want the choice instead of being forced into a relationship with T-Mo, the 128GB version is available through B&H in exchange for $599.99.

You’re looking at a contract-free, unlocked smartphone coated in “Black Sapphire”, ready to be shipped today sans extra taxes if you hurry. Hopefully, inventory won’t be all cleared before you make your decision. Go on, what are you waiting for?

Remember, the superior Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Note 5 are coming, but they’ll cost an arm and a leg compared to the now affordable standard S6.

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