Samsung's Galaxy Note 5 may never come to the UK, but if you're a phablet fan that doesn't mean you're out of options. The company is also pushing its monstrous 5.7-inch Galaxy S6 Edge+, which is available to pre-order today ahead of its full debut on September 4th. You can buy the 32GB model from Samsung's site for £749, or splash an extra £80 for double the storage. For comparison, the company is selling the Galaxy S6 for £499 at the moment and the regular S6 Edge from £669. If buying the device off-contract sounds absurdly expensive -- you can buy four new Moto Gs for the same price, after all -- you can always pick up a subsidised device with your preferred mobile network. Vodafone, O2 and Three, among others, have a wide array of plans for you to mull over.
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