Every major US carrier — that includes T-Mobile, Sprint, AT&T and Verizon — now have their pre-sales for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge up. The devices — which we’ve been giving you extensive looks at all week — will vary by cost from one carrier to another, so we’re going to lay it all out right here for you:
- Verizon Samsung Galaxy S7: $672, financing available
- Verizon Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: $792, financing available
- AT&T Samsung Galaxy S7: $695, financing available
- AT&T Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: $795, financing available
- T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7: $669, financing available
- T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: $779, financing available
- Sprint Samsung Galaxy S7: $650, financing available
- Sprint Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: $750, financing available
You’ll note we only list one model per carrier — that’s because the 32GB model is the only one launching in the US. Having the 64GB model completely absent at 4 major carriers should be enough evidence to get you naysayers to believe that Samsung doesn’t (currently) intend to sell the device in higher capacities in the region.
You should expect to have your device on or before March 11th, and you’ll get to start playing with them when demo units rush into stores February 26th.
As an added bonus for pre-ordering you’ll be able to get a free Samsung Gear VR with 6 games and experiences. That comes to a value of $150, so it’s something you’re going to want to take advantage of. While most of the carriers aren’t doing much more than that, T-Mobile did throw in a video showing the Samsung Galaxy S7 being unboxed underwater:
It’s a nice reminder that Samsung has stopped fooling around and brought back many of the features they were once loved for. Are you pre-ordering one?