When and where to buy: Samsung Galaxy S7 edge

Here's a list of all the major places you can pick up the popular smartphone.

Making its debut in the spring of 2017, the Galaxy S7 Edge is the slightly different and somewhat sexier version of the flagship model.

While it does offer up many of the same features found in the standard bearer, this variant comes with a couple of differences. Chief among them is the bigger, curved display. Tapered along both sides, the 5.5-inch display packs a 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution.

Moreover, the Galaxy S7 Edge includes a 3,600mAh battery; the standard S7 comes with a 3,000mAh unit. In terms of cameras, we find a highly-rated 12-megapixel rear camera and front-facing 5-megapixel shooter.

Powered by Android 6.0 Marshmallow with a custom user interface, the Galaxy S7 Edge is IP68 rated. This means it can spend up to 30 minutes in water up to five feet deep.

Other hardware details worth noting include a microSD expansion card slot for extra storage to the tune of 200GB. Moreover, it’s capable of both wireless and fast charging so, even if you do have to find an outlet, you can get back out there in no time.

Where to Buy

Verizon

The 32GB version of the phone is available in Silver, Black Onyx and Gold Platinum options with a full retail price of $792. Qualified buyers can spread payments out for $33.00 per month over two years.

AT&T

The 32GB version of the phone is available in Coral Blue, Silver Titanium, Black Onyx and Gold Platinum options with a full retail price of $794. Qualified buyers can spread payments out for as low as $26.50 per month.

T-Mobile

The 32GB version of the phone is available in Silver Titanium and Gold Platinum options with a full retail price of $790. Qualified buyers can spread payments out for $30.00 per month over two years with $70 due up front.

Sprint

The 32GB version of the phone is available in Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, and Silver Titanium options with a full retail price of $795. Qualified buyers can spread payments out for $33.13 per month over two years. Those who prefer a two-year contract can get the phone for $300.

Swappa

If you are looking to buy or sell a used smartphone, Swappa is our favorite destination for doing so. With that said, there are plenty of Galaxy S7 Edge‘s available today.

Amazon

The unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge can be had in a variety of color options and price points. Currently, we’re seeing anything from $590 up to $660 for the 32GB model.

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An unlocked international 32GB Black Onyx model typically carries a price of about $700 but it’s currently on sale for $580. Other colors can also be had with prices that range from $580 to $680.

Best Buy

Best Buy offers versions that work with all of the major carriers; prices ranges from as low as $750 up to $792, depending on specifics. Qualified buyers can spread payments out over 24-month and 30-month options.

Samsung

Samsung’s official website offers the Silver Titanium version of the phone for $770. This unlocked GSM version works with a variety of prepaid and MVNO brands such as T-Mobile, AT&T, Cricket, and MetroPCS.