The Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are finally out for all to see and learn about, and now the question is where and when you’ll be able to buy them. Samsung is working to have the phones available as quickly as possible, and that means pre-orders are going live right away — 8 a.m. ET on Feb. 23 is when AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint and U.S. Cellular will be taking orders.
The official launch comes just a couple weeks later, on Mar. 11, when pre-order shipments will head out or you can go into a physical stores to buy one. In addition to carrier stores, you’ll be able to find the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge at Best Buy, Target, Staples, Walmart, Car Toys and Sam’s Club.
For those who would like to get their hands on the phones before making up their mind on a pre-order, select Best Buy locations will have the phones on display starting Feb. 24, with select carrier stores doing the same starting Feb. 26. You can find a list of nearby stores that will be showing the phones right here.
Each carrier will announce its own pricing, payment plans and incentives for the phones, and we’ll be updating this post as each comes out with their own details.
Verizon will commence pre-orders on Feb. 23. In select stores for trial Feb. 26. Purchase in-store Mar. 11. As for pricing, Verizon is offering the Galaxy S7 for $ 28 per month for 24 months or $ 672 full retail. The Galaxy S7 will run $ 33 a month at the same term length, or $ 792 full retail. The carrier will also be offering Memory and Charging bundles, which will offer you the following when picking the S7 up for yourself:
- Memory Bundle: Get any case up to $ 39.99, any display protector up to $ 34.99, and a 32 GB microSD card ($ 39.99) for $ 79.99.
- Charging Bundle: Get a Samsung Wireless Fast Charging Stand ($ 69.99), a car charger with Fast Charging ($ 34.99), and a Samsung Fast Charging Portable Power Pack with 10,220 mAh ($ 79.99) for $ 99.99.
As is the case across the board, T-Mobile will also be kicking pre-orders off on Feb. 23. The handsets will be available in select stores for trial Feb. 26 and can be purchase in-store Mar. 11. Ordering through T-Mobile will bag you a Samsung VR, six-game Oculus bundle and 365 days of Netflix. Pricing starts at $ 0 down on plans for $ 28 and $ 32 over two years for the S7 and S7 edge, respectively.
Pre-order Feb. 23. In select stores for trial Feb. 26. Purchase in-store Mar. 11. Should you be a DIRECTTV customer, you’ll be able to get one with unlimited date. The S7 starts at $ 23.17 a month on AT&T Next 24, while the S7 edge will set you back $ 26.50 a month on the same plan. The carrier also confirmed Gear S2 Classic pricing at $ 17.50 a month when purchased with an installment plan.
Cricket Wireless will offer details on pricing and such at a later date.
Sprint will offer the new Galaxy S7 and S7 edge for pre-order Feb. 23. In select stores for trial Feb. 26. Purchase in-store Mar. 11. The company will also unlock its new Galaxy Forever program, allowing customers to lease either smartphone with the possibility to upgrade to a new Galaxy handset after 12 months on the lease.
On the lease plan, the S7 and S7 edge will cost you $ 25.99 and $ 30.50, respectively. As an added bonus, if you buy two, you’ll be able to get the second for half price.
Pre-order Feb. 23. In select stores for trial Feb. 26. Purchase in-store Mar. 11. The Galaxy S7 will run $ 28 a month for 24 months, with the Galaxy S7 edge coming in at $ 32.50 for the same duration.
Ordering the Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge at Best Buy will bag you a free Gear VR, as well as $ 50 of Oculus content. Pre-orders will kick off on Feb. 23 with AT&T, Verizon and sprint options available.