Samsung lifted the lid off its two new flagship Android smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2015, with standard and curved display variants.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 will be the slightly cheaper of the two, with a flat, conventional style 5.1-inch screen, and the premium Samsung Galaxy S6 edge has a display that wraps around each side in order to give the front a bezel-free look.
Both phones have QHD pixel resolutions (2560 x 1440) and octa-core processors, while the rear camera on each is 16-megapixels and the front 5-megapixels. If you want to know more about each phone you can always check out Pocket-lint's impressions here (SGS6) and here (SGS6 edge).
The Samsung Galaxy S6 release date is today, 10 April, while the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge will be available from 24 April. The SIM free SGS6 price has been confirmed at £599.99 for 32GB and the SGS6 edge will initally be available in 64GB, for £760 SIM free.
EE is stocking the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in all of the colour schemes available; black, white, gold, blue (SGS6) and green (SGS6 edge). A range of accessories are also available, including the wireless charging pad.
As it's a Cat 6 handset you will be able to use it on EE's 4G+ that will offer speeds of up to 150Mbps.
The recommended contract for a 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 is £43.49 a month for 24 months, with an upfront cost of £49.99. It includes unlimited minutes and texts, as well as 4GB of data. Click here for all the details.
Vodafone is offering the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in the black, white and gold colour options.
A 24-month 4G contract for the 32GB Galaxy S6 will see you pay £48.50 a month with no upfront cost, for which you will get 7GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts, as well as Now TV, Spotify or Sky Sports Mobile TV for two years. Click here for all the details.
If the Galaxy S6 edge is the phone you're after, Vodafone is offering the same contract as the Galaxy S6 but for an extra £5 a month, bringing the total up to £53.50 for the 64GB model. Click here for all the details.
O2 is carrying the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge on its Refresh tariff. That means you'll only have to pay for the handsets if you wish to upgrade in the future, not for the remainder of your airtime contract.
The Galaxy S6 will be available in black, white and gold colour options and O2 is recommending a 24-month 4G contract with unlimited minutes and texts, plus 2GB of data for £38 a month and an upfront cost of £99. Click here for all the details.
Three is offering the SGS6 and the SGS6 edge with £49 upfront costs for 24-month contracts.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 can be yours for £39 a month (£49 upfront). On that 24-month contract you'll get 1GB of data, unlimited minutes, unlimited texts. Click here for all the details.
If you fancy the curvier Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, that will be available for £48 a month (£49 upfront). Again you'll get 1GB data and unlimited calls and messages on a 2-year contract. Click here for all the details.
Carphone Warehouse is stocking the black, white and gold models of both the SGS6 and SGS6 edge handsets.
The cheapest recommended contract offered by Carphone Warehouse for the 32GB Galaxy S6 is a 24-month Vodafone plan with 4GB of 4G data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts for £39.50 a month and an upfront cost of £25. Click here for all the details.
For the 64GB Galaxy S6 edge, the cheapest recommended contract is a 24-month plan with O2 that offers 5GB of 4G data, unlimited minutes and texts for £43 a month, but a hefty upfront cost of £259.99. Click here for all the details.
Tesco Mobile will be offering the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge in black, white and gold.
The Galaxy S6 will be available from tomorrow, 10 April, with no upfront cost and there is a Double Data promotion running until 21 May that will offer 1000 minutes, 5000 texts and 2GB of 4G data for £36 a month. Click here for all the details.
The Galaxy S6 edge will also be part of the promotion so you'll be able to get the same plan but for £43.50 a month.
Virgin Media has revealed that it will be offering both the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge on its Freestyle contracts. These plans can be altered on a monthly basis, so you can budget throughout the year by raising or lowering the tariff each month.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 will be available from £31 a month for the 32GB handset, £37 a month for the 64GB handset. That gets you 250MB data, unlimited texts and 250 minutes of calls. It's a 24-month contract.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge will be available from £48 a month for the 64GB version on the same terms as above.
These prices are for Virgin Media customers, however. If you're just after a phone, you'll have a pay an extra £5 a month.
Both the handsets will also be available through GiffGaff, the "contract-free" mobile network. The Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge devices will be available at a "competitive price" and the network is expecting Samsung to experience soaring sales with this year's models.