As promised, Samsung’s latest Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone is now available for purchase in the United States. The Blue Coral variant is now offered by two carriers, Sprint and Verizon, but it is only a matter of time before both AT&T and T-Mobile launch the smartphone.
Verizon is selling it for either $33/month on a 24-month installment plan or $792 outright, while Sprint has almost the same offer, with $33.13/month. The new variant is only an aesthetic change and is only available with 32 GB of storage.
According to previous rumours, AT&T will sell the phone for $26.50 monthly for 30 months or for $794 outright.