With Samsung’s Galaxy S7 gaining all sorts of attention, the time is here and now to start thinking of preorders which will be the best way to get the new flagship at the time of launch. With huge expectations comes huge consumer interest which is already staring, and with the launch expected to be much earlier this time around you’ll want to take advantage of Samsung Galaxy S7 preorders.
All of the best cell carriers are expected to get in on Galaxy S7 preorders in the UK and US including Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Carphone Warehouse, and Vodafone to name a few. There is plenty of talk that others will be joining the craze including US Cellular along with Rogers in Canada just to name a few.
Taking advantage of preorders will be the best way, and may be the only way to get in on the launch of the next best thing as both the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are expected to be announced in January of 2016. With Samsung looking to push the launch up much earlier this go around, consumer interest is at an all-time high. Despite the earlier than expected launch, Google’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow is expected to be preinstalled out-of-the-box.
With the S7 and S7 Edge expected to be the first flagships to launch in the US and UK in 2016, we’re expecting both variants to not last long. It’ll all start with the official announcement which is expected to come in Las Vegas at the annual Consumer Electronics Show before being launched worldwide which may start in February.
If the above holds true, we can see the US and UK Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge preorders start as early as the middle to end of January. You’ll want to get in on the action early as Sammy and many US and UK carriers are expecting to throw some freebies which could mean a free wireless charger or other GS7 accessories.
In cases where consumers don’t elect to take advantage of Galaxy S7 preorders in the US and UK, you may be waiting much longer than expected to get your hands on the new handset. With delays that could be at least a month for Sammy’s newest flagships, preordering the S7 or S7 Edge will be something to consider.
Most carriers will offer competitive pricing such as zero down monthly installment plans. Sprint, Verizon, and all of the others will offer installment pricing which means you can pick up the new handset or have it shipped directly to you without having to pay anything upfront. The full-price of the phone will then be spread out over the duration of the installment plan which could range from $27-$35/month.
For more info, you can check out the latest on the US and UK release date updates through the links below.