Beginning in the US today, you can pick up either of the devices from Samsung’s own site, as well as other retailers, such as Amazon, Target, Best Buy and Sam’s Club.
Instead of committing with one carrier for a multi-year contract, the Galaxy S7 can be purchased outright for $669 and its slightly larger next of kin, the Galaxy S7 Edge, for $769.
Each device is stocked with a GSM and CDMA-ready antenna setup, so you’re free to use this with your choice of carrier, which in the US is Verizon, Sprint, AT&T or T-Mobile.
No matter which device or mobile carrier you choose to pair it with, you’re in for treat. We used such words as “iterative perfection” and “the best smartphone in the world right now” to describe Samsung’s most recent Galaxy smartphones, and we meant it.
It might be a lot of cash to shell out at once, but look no further if value, power, and tons of features are on your must-have list.
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