If you're sold on making the Galaxy S6 or curved-screen Edge your next phone then keep your credit card nearby.
Samsung announced preorders for its newest devices begin March 27, with an arrival date of April 10.
Pricing, however, isn't as straightforward. An AT&T blog post only lists Next installment pricing, which begins at $22.84 per month for the Galaxy S6 and $27.17 on for the Galaxy S6 Edge, both with 32GB of storage. Remember, there's no more SD card slot for expanding the storage, so choose your options wisely. Samsung is also selling the device with 64GB and 128GB storage options as well.
T-Mobile launched a registration page and is throwing in one year of Netflix, even if you're already a subscriber, if you buy either model. They're charging slightly more than AT&T, with the S6 running $28.33 monthly for 24 months and the S6 Edge at $32.49. Since T-Mobile doesn't subsidize devices, the monthly installment pricing is as good as you're going to get.
HTC's One M9 smartphone is also going on sale March 27 and appearing in stores in April 10.
The story behind the story: Samsung performed its most radical overhaul yet in the Galaxy S6, ditching the removable battery, plastic build, and expandable storage. Our Galaxy S6 photo test revealed it has an excellent camera, potentially one of the best ever among Android phones. Yet there's so much more to discover, and we'll share our finding after spending more time with the device.