Is the Samsung Galaxy S5 set for a €730 price tag? It seems so.
Amazon Spain has the 16GB version of the phone available for pre-order at €730, which converts almost exactly to S$1265.
€730 seems like a credible price for a big brand flagship phone. The Sony Xperia Z2 can be pre-ordered now for £599 in the UK, while the iPhone 5S starts from S$988 in Singapore.
Samsung has yet to confirm the Singapore price for the Galaxy S5, and Amazon.es does not have the 32GB version available for pre-order at the time of writing.
[Thanks to Guy Rjaah Mc Dade for the tip]
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Singapore telcos SingTel, StarHub and M1 have confirmed that they'll be bringing Samsung's flagship Android smartphone to consumers in April.
Subsidised prices for the Samsung Galaxy S5 under a two-year telco contract haven't been announced, but based on its predecessor's pricing, it should start from S$600 and below.
Alternatively, if you're still bound to a contract, we're placing our bets on the S5's recommended retail price to be under S$1000. Cross your fingers, folks.