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Samsung Galaxy S7 Dual SIM (G930DS) just $530 on eBay

Newegg has a fantastic deal going on the Dual SIM-variant of the Galaxy S7. Three colors options are available for order. Limited supplies however!
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May 13, 2016

Samsung’s Galaxy S7 is quite a popular phone, helping not only its maker’s balance sheet during the first quarter of 2016, but also breaking into the top 5 US smartphone sales in the last bit of said quarter. Deals have been springing up on eBay quite frequently these days, and now the latest has arrived.

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Courtesy of US-based electronics retailer, Newegg, the international 32GB Galaxy S7 Dual SIM can be had for $529.99. Black, White, and Gold color variants are available, sorry no Silver. There is a note that each customer can only order up to 5 units, as supply is limited.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 comes with a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED Quad HD display, a Samsung Exynos 8 Octa processor, 4GB RAM, 32GB of on-board storage, a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera with an f/1.7 aperture and a 1.4µm pixel size. a non-removable 3000mAh battery, Quick Charging and wireless charging capabilities, and of course Android Marshmallow.

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For the full spec run-down, please check out our preview here, or watch our full review:

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For reference, the Dual SIM model of the phone has the same design as the standard Galaxy S7. The sole difference is that whereas the standard variant’s SIM tray is split between a nanoSIM and microSD, on the Dual SIM the microSD side can be swapped out for a second SIM. Having multiple SIMs allows users with different mobile numbers to use them both on a single device thus reducing the need to carry around separate handsets.

Those who care strongly about having the latest Android firmware updates should be aware that as the Dual SIM model is a sub-variant of the standard S7, it may take longer to develop and deploy updates.

Finally as the model is not one of the carrier-branded units sold in the USA, those interested should check the auction details or contact Newegg if they have any concerns about network compatibility or performance.

The auction can be found here: