Samsung has revealed the pricing for its Galaxy S6 Edge+ phablet, with the 32GB version costing a titanic £749 while the 64GB model is an even more expensive £829.
The Galaxy S6 Edge+ is a phablet version of the Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone, featuring the same curved Super AMOLED screen but upscaled to 5.7in, with overall dimensions of 154x76x6.9mm.
The resolution, 2560x1440, stays the same, resulting in a slightly lower 518ppi on the Galaxy S6 Edge+. The Galaxy S6 Edge+ also features 64-bit octa-core processor, comprised of four 2.1GHz cores and four 1.5GHz cores, along with 4GB of RAM, one gigbyte more than the Galaxy S6 Edge.
A 16MP rear camera and 5MP front camera are also included.
The Galaxy S6 edge+ will be available to pre-order from 18 August and available to buy in the UK from 4 September.
The device was unveiled by Samsung last week at events held simultaneously in London and New York, where the Note 5 was also shown off.
The Galaxy Note 5 is the successor to the Galaxy Note 4. It shares the latter's 5.7in, 2560x1440 Super AMOLED display and 16MP rear camera, but adds a 5MP front-facing camera and the same octa-core processor as in the Galaxy S6 Edge+.
RAM is also bumped up to 4GB on the Galaxy Note 5, which measures in at 153x76x7.6mm - a full 9mm thinner than the Galaxy Note 4.
The Galaxy Note 5 also includes an S-Pen stylus, which can be slotted into the bottom of the device and is released with a spring-loaded "push to pop" mechanism.
However, at present there appears not intention to bring the Note 5 to the UK.
Both devices run the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop version, and will support wireless charging to both Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) and Power Matters Alliance (PMA) standards.
Watch our video hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ below.
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