I am quite sure that a fair number of us are looking forward to the official availability of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5, where a little bit more patience ought to be able to do the trick. As for the sticker price tag that will accompany the Galaxy S5 when it arrives, that remains a question that needs an answer, and pronto! It seems that South Korean publication ZDNet did confirm on the Taiwanese launch price of the Samsung Galaxy S5 would stand at TWD22,800 (or €540 after conversion), which is €60 more affordable compared to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S4 when it launched there last year.
I guess the rumors in the past that the Galaxy S5 will be more affordable than the Galaxy S4 might turn out to be true when the time comes. Still, despite the seemingly more affordable price tag at the moment, we have word that the LG G Pro 2 will be more affordable in Taiwan compared to the Galaxy S5. At the end of the day, it really depends on the smartphone that you want, and do bear in mind that the figures mentioned above apply to Taiwan only, and is not necessarily a pointer to what will happen across the board.