From the outset, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge were costlier than most, which would have priced many prospective consumers out of the reckoning. But in an effort to shift as many units as it can before the S8's arrival, Sammy has officially cut the price of the current fleet by a tidy $250. Not only that, but the firm is also throwing in a free 128-gig microSD card to bolster the 32 GB of native real estate
Through Samsung's official web store, the Galaxy S7 can be had for $299.99, while the edge model costs $444.99. The S7 is available in Gold Platinum or Black Onyx, while the S7 edge is also available in Blue Coral or Silver Titanium. We should hasten to add that this deal applies to the Sprint model only.
Both models are held in high regard, with the S7 edge having recently scooped the GSMA Smartphone of the year award at MWC. Internally, there's not much to call between them, but the larger, curvaceous display of the s7 edge does give it an additional touch of finesse. Whichever you choose, you'll get Android 6 Marshmallow as standard, but both are upgradable to the more recent Android 7 Nougat.
Which do you think is the better deal? Let us know what you think in the comments and if you'd like to take advantage of these offers, links can be found at the source.