AT&T begins selling 64GB Variant of Samsung Galaxy S6 Active

Enrique, 30 November, 2015

The Galaxy S6 has been criticized for only offering about 23GB of usable free space on the 32GB model. Some people will want to opt for a higher capacity phone in order to make do without a micro SD card slot.

The problem herein lies with those on AT&T who wish to purchase a Galaxy S6 Active. Until recently, the Active only came in 32GB for all color configurations. Now however AT&T is now offering a larger 64GB memory option for those who wish to purchase a Galaxy S6 Active. It is still unknown if Samsung plans to release the Active variant of the phone outside of the US, though

It is a little disappointing that this decision was made so late in the life of the S6’s product cycle. The Galaxy S7’s rumored release is already around the corner and slated for a Q1 2016 launch and even though the rugged version typically comes out a few month later we still wish we had 64GB from the start.



Reader comments

  • Rawn
  • 02 Dec 2015
  • j3c

This is the stupidity of leadership we should of what the 64 gig from the jump since you do not have any additional memory card slot. Look up HTC with the one x+ straight out of the hole 64gb they need to think on consumers n not themselves

  • AnonD-100398
  • 02 Dec 2015
  • g33

Now u are contradicting urself .plz correct that first.

16GB as you describe to be enough for most people is only good for rudimentary tasks. Nothing spectacular. Your argument of even the latest iPhone still having 16GB is laughable - paying $800 for something that becomes full after a few 4k recording i...

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