Samsung announced huge news on Thursday morning, officially noting the launch of unlocked versions of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge that are now available for sale in the U.S..
They’ll work on every U.S. carrier, and you’ll have the added advantage of a clean device, free of any bloatware. Even better, you can toss in any SIM you like when you travel abroad, and you should get updates quickly since Samsung won’t need to sit around waiting for carriers to approve new version of Android before they’re pushed out to consumers. If you have the cash, these are the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge models you want. They don’t come cheap, though. The Galaxy S7 will set you back $669.99 while the Galaxy S7 Edge will cost $769.99. Those prices include the 32GB base model, though the microSD slot can be used for adding additional storage.
Samsung said you should find the unlocked Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge from its website and also from Amazon, Best Buy, Ebay, Sam’s Club and Target.com.