Samsung Galaxy S7

Samsung Galaxy: Company Offers Unlocked Versions of S7 and S7 Edge Smartphones in US.

Samsung is selling the phones through its own site and Amazon. The phones are intended to work on all major U.S. network carriers, including code division multiple access networks.

A little late, and a little pricey, but you’re still locking at arguably the world’s best Android phones, while carrier freedom and nationwide cellular support are definitely worth their premium.

Samsung finally makes an unlocked phone available in the USA, not locked to any carrier nor loaded up with any carrier crapware. Now selling fully unlocked, no bloat ware, available for any network. Next up? Open to any operating system. Not only have the best phoned on the market, best computer I’ve ever owned. The good things you hear about it, all true.

Unlocked Versions of Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge Smartphones

The unlocked Galaxy S7 costs $669. The unlocked Galaxy S7 edge runs $769. The phones will be sold directly by Samsung, as well as at Amazon, Best Buy, eBay, Sam’s Club and online from Target. Select distributors also will have access to the unlocked GS7.

The overall specs remain the same. That means 32 GB of on board storage, supplemented by a microSD card. It’s got a Snapdragon 820 processor and 4 GB of RAM, and the best 13MP camera you can find on a phone. The GS7 sports a 5.1 inch Super AMOLED display and 3000 mAh battery. The larger GS7 edge has a 5.5 inch display and a 3600 mAh battery. The two phones have lived a top our list of the best Android phones you can buy since their release in the spring. ­­

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