Samsung officially unveiled its Galaxy S 5 flagship at the MWC 2014 earlier this week. The device comes with some new features such as heart sensor and fingerprint sensor and has got a slightly similar look to its predecessor.
Samsung hasn’t yet announced the price tag for the Galaxy S 5 however, if you’re living in the UK, you’ll be glad to find out that a UK-based retailer, Clove, has started taking pre-orders for the Galaxy S 5 and has priced the 16GB model at £499.99 (£599.99 after taxes) which will cost $1,000. Unfortunately, there’s no information how much the 32GB will cost.
Amazon Spain has also listed the 16GB variant for €730 ($1000). Previous rumors hinted that Samsung would price Galaxy S 5 lower than its predecessor. The Galaxy S 4 was priced at around $650-700 when it was released last year. If previous rumors are to turn out true, Samsung will price its new flagship in this price range.