We saw Kogan announce its Galaxy S5 prices a few days ago, with the caveat that they were selling Octa-core 3G models for $799. Today, Kogan’s listing 16GB 4G LTE models of the Galaxy S5 (SM-G900) in black and white for $769, with blue and gold units priced a little higher at $849.

When you factor in the $22.99 delivery fee, this brings the black and white price to $791.99 – a little cheaper than Millennius’ $798 delivered price. The blue and gold models save you slightly less, coming in at $871.99. Both prices are well below the recommended retail price of Australian stock of $929.

Additionally, the 32GB variants of the 4G units have been listed at $999 in black, white, blue and gold. The Australian Galaxy S5 only comes with 16GB of built-in storage, so these units represent a premium of $70 to double your storage capacity.

As we’ve mentioned before, it’s worth remembering that these are imported units, so you should check the conditions of the warranty before you order, and you won’t get your phone on April 11 (but it won’t be far away).

Are you tempted by a cheaper imported Galaxy S5? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Kogan Galaxy S5 devices.
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Its worth waiting a week or two to see how local prices react and go. You should find one for $700 odd before the end of the month hopefully.