Now that the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are both finally announced and all of their specs and features finally confirmed, many will want to know where and when they can pick up the two new devices. Samsung did initially confirm the general availability in the U.S. through a number of carriers and retailers, although at the time there were few further details available. Since then, T-Mobile has confirmed that they will be carrying both devices and released some details on their pricing. AT&T is another carrier who has also now come out with further details on their general availability and pricing.
For those looking to pick up the Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge through AT&T, then here are the pricing details that have now been confirmed. Those interested specifically in the Galaxy S7 will be able to pick the smartphone up starting from $23.17 per month on AT&T's Next 24. If you are more interested in picking up the Galaxy S7 Edge, then this will available through Next 24 starting from $26.50 per month. Like T-Mobile, AT&T has confirmed that they will be stocking all the colors which were announced earlier today, including Black Onyx and Gold Platinum for the standard Galaxy S7 and Black Onyx, Gold Platinum and Silver Titanium for the Galaxy S7 Edge.
Samsung had already confirmed that pre-orders for both devices will begin Feb 23rd and this has now been reiterated by AT&T as to when you can pre-order through them. Pre-orders will be available in both AT&T stores as well as online through their site. While in-store availability will commence from from March 11. While AT&T didn't specifically mention the Samsung Gear VR in their availability announcement, Samsung did confirm earlier today that all pre-orders made between Feb 23 and March 18 will come with a free Gear VR, as well as a bundle pack of six games to instantly be able to take advantage of the Galaxy S7 and Gear VR. As such, it is assumed this will also be the case for pre-orders made through AT&T. Those interested in reading the full press release from AT&T, can do so by heading through the source link below.