The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are about to be unveiled at MWC on 21 February and pricing appears to have leaked early.

The European pricing for each handset comes from reliable source, Sam Mobile. The site has broken numerous Samsung related stories in the past so we're expecting these prices to be very close if not bang on. The site's sources claim the Galaxy S7 will cost €700, which is about £550, and the Galaxy S7 edge should be €800, which is around £630.

Samsung's flagship smartphones are never cheap, and this year appears to be no different. The latest models are expected to cram in all the most cutting edge tech and to continue that premium design that started with the Galaxy S6.

Those prices are for the entry-level 32GB models. So the higher capacity handsets will cost even more. Of course from a consumer perspective, on a contract, the different between the S6 and the S7 might not be much.

The 64GB models are expected, by Sam Mobile, to be priced at €70 to €80 higher which is about £55 to £63 more.

Samsung is expected to announce the handset on 21 February with sales to begin on 11 March. If pre-orders begin on the reveal date of 21 February expect these prices to be confirmed at launch.

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