Apple’s limited-edition iPhone 6 with 32 gigabytes of storage, dubbed “iPhone 6 (2017),” is now available in Spain via the German retailer Media Markt for €469, which works out to about $500, with a two-year warranty and a 14-day return policy.

In comparison, Apple sells the 32GB iPhone 6s in Spain though its online store for €659, or about $720.

The handset is available in other markets, too, including Chile, Germany, Denmark, AustriaItalyTurkey (aka the worst place to buy an iPhone) and possibly elsewhere.

iPhone 6 originally launched in 16, 64 and 128-gigabyte versions and this new storage tier appears to be Apple’s option for budget shoppers in select markets.

The 32GB iPhone 6 was originally relaunched in January in China.

In early-March, Taiwan Mobile began promoting the 32GB iPhone 6 in gold casing as the cheapest iPhone to be offered on its network, for the equivalent of $435 unlocked.

In mid-March, it arrived in Belarus, a landlocked country in Eastern Europe bordered by Russia, via the i-Store retail chain, priced at the equivalent of $522 (999 Belarusian rubles).

Amazon is also offering the device via its online store in India.

The 32GB iPhone 6 (2017) is identical to the original iPhone 6 which debuted in 2014, complete with a 4.7-inch 1,334-by-750 pixel resolution screen, a 1.2-megapixel camera out the front, an eight-megapixel shooter out the back, Apple’s 64-bit A8 processor with 1GB of RAM and more.

Aside from the previously unavailable storage SKU, the phone comes with iOS 10 versus iOS 8 which came pre-installed on Apple’s original iPhone 6 models.

  • Erick Reyes

    > iPhone 6 originally launched in 16, 32 and 64-gigabyte versions

    Pretty sure that was 16, 64, 128 GBs.

  • john snow

    Nobody cares that it in stock in Kazakhstan for a few months. Kazakhstan is under Russia

  • gadgeteer_uk

    Bad purchase, too expensive for outdated hardware.