By now you have hopefully had plenty of time to read and digest this week’s big announcements from LG and Samsung. If Samsung has managed to sell you either of its latest Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge flagships, all four of the major US carriers have now started taking pre-orders.
Prices for the Galaxy S7 are falling in the region of $650 to $695, with Sprint offering the cheapest price. As expected, the Galaxy S7 Edge comes in slightly more expensive, with prices ranging between $750 and $795, with Sprint again shaving a few extra dollars off compared with its competitors. Here are the links and prices for each of the major US carriers.
Samsung Galaxy S7:
Galaxy S7 Edge:
Stock is expected to starting landing in consumer hands on or just before March 11th. Of course, with a carrier branded handset you are setting yourself up for delayed updates, so that’s certainly something worth weighing up before pulling the trigger.
Don’t forget, Samsung is also throwing in a free Gear VR headset and a bundle of 6-games worth around $150 for those who pre-order before March 18th. So don’t forget to claim your free goodies when your handset arrives. If you are still undecided about the Galaxy S7, be sure to check out all of our hands-on coverage from MWC.