Samsung promised during its quarterly earnings call that it would be "adjusting the price" of the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge, and we're now starting to see that happen.
BetaNews was first to notice that Samsung has slashed the price of the 32GB variants of both handsets by €100 in the Netherlands, bringing the price of the Galaxy S6 down to €599 and the premium Galaxy S6 Edge to €699.
Prices in the UK too seem to have been cut, with the Galaxy S6 now starting at £559 (down from £599), and the Galaxy S6 Edge starting at £669 (down from £699).
Samsung doesn't appear to have cut Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge prices in the US yet, but given the myriad of carriers and purchasing options it might not be so easy to spot the price cut. However, given the commitment, and the fact that we're already seeing it in Europe, I would say that a US price cut is imminent.