The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy S7 arrived amidst much fan-fare at the Mobile World Conference 2016. Tech aficionados were left impressed with the 2016 flagship lineup from the Korean tech company. But now the question remains as to when and where can they snag one of these tech beauties and it turns out the wait isn’t long.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 will be landing in several regions on March 11 and folks in UK can get their hands on the latest Samsung offering from a number of retailers and networks. These include Vodafone, Three, EE amongst others.
Fans can head to the Samsung website to pre-order the device at a price of approx. $1110 (£569). The device will be available in shades of gold and black and should reach buyers on March 8, two days prior to the official release. As also shared by Tech Radar, Samsung loyalists can pre-order the Galaxy S7 for a monthly rate of $70 (£36) with $156 (£79.99) upfront fee, on Carphone Warehouse. For early birds, Samsung has thrown in a free Gear VR headset as well. There is no upfront cost when pre-ordering the device on Mobiles.co.uk, but it comes with a monthly payment of $78 (£40).
The pricing on other leading networks read out to be $98 (£50) per month with $18 (£9) upfront cost on Vodafone. As for O2, the upfront cost is $20 (£9.99) with $105 (£54) per month. EE customers can enjoy 4G Calling and WiFi Calling services on the device by pre-ordering it for $98 (£49.99) as an upfront amount and a monthly fee of $85 (£44.49.)
The 5.1-inch Samsung Galaxy S7 and the 5.5-inch Galaxy S7 Edge offer something for everyone. The handsets hide some powerful gear under a beautiful chassis and offer add-ons such as always-on display and water protection amongst other features. Samsung loyalists can keep coming back for more updates on where to head in order to get hold of the latest gadgets from the company.