The Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are the latest outings from the company and things were getting heated up around the flagships upon their launch. Samsung hasn’t revealed the pricing details at the time of launch, but they have been listed on the company’s US, UK and European websites, referring to the telecom operators.
In the US, AT&T has announced that the duo will be available for purchase on March 11. The operator will offer the Galaxy S7 with its 30-month Next 24 plan, starting at $23.17 per month for the 32GB variant of the phone. The Galaxy S7 Edge, on the other hand, will start at $26.50 per month under the same plan.
The carrier will offer both devices in Black Onyx and Golf Platinum colour variants. Additionally, the S7 Edge will come in Silver Titanium colour. However, the carrier hasn’t listed out the off-contract prices for the devices, but based on the contract prices, we assume that the Galaxy S7 will cost for $699 and the Galaxy s7 Edge at $799.
T-Mobile will offer the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge at $27.91 per month and $32.50 per month for its basic 24-month plan. And, Sprint will offer the Galaxy S7 starting $27.09 per month and the Galaxy S7 Edge at $31.25/month.
In the UK, the carrier EE will offer the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge starting GBP 49.99 per month and GBP 54.99 per month, respectively for its 24-month plan. Both the Galaxy phone will be offered in 32GB in Black Onyx and Gold Platinum colour options.
O2 will be offering the Galaxy S7 at GBP 54 per month for 2 years and the Galaxy S7 Edge at GBP 51 under the same plan. Vodafone will offer the duo at GBP 50 and GBP 56 per month for 2 years. Finally, Three UK will be offering the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge at GBP 41 per month and GBP 49 per month for 2 years. Those who pre-order their phone before March 6 will get their handsets by March 8, the website states.
Amazon Germany will be selling the unlocked 32GB variant of Galaxy S7 at EUR 700 and the Galaxy S7 Edge for EUR 800 in White, Black and Gold color options. The handset will be shipped starting March 11. T-Mobile Germany is offering the Galaxy S7 for EUR 39.95 per month and Galaxy S7 Edge at EUR 139.95 per month.
In Spain, the unlocked versions of Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will be retailing at EUR 720 and EUT 820 respectively on MediMart. MediaWorld, on the other hand in Italy has listed the Galaxy S7 for EUR 729 and the S7 Edge for EUR 830. The prices are only applicable to 32GB variants.
It is being said that the 64GB variant won’t be available in the US and some European markets. There’s no word from the company on when the 64GB variant of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will be made available in the US and European countries. Though, it’s not a big deal yet, because the duo comes with expandable storage. It’s worth noting that the Android 6.0 Marshmallow will be treating the microSD cards as internal storage.