Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge for Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint pass the FCC, hint at the design
Galaxy S7 will arrive in five versions, including one for each major carrier, such as SM-G930A (AT&T), SM-G930V (Verizon), SM-G930P (Sprint), SM-G930T (T-Mobile), SM-G930R4 (US Cellular), and the same carrier suffixes go for the Galaxy S7 Edge - SM-G935A, SM-G935V, SM-G935P, SM-G935T, and SM-G935R4. We also get the general chassis design outlines, in the section where the FCC shows how its ID will be affixed to the phone, and learn that the AT&T and Verizon versions submitted to the FCC are manufactured in Korea, while the rest are made in China or Vietnam.The
As can be expected, the Galaxy S7 also supports LTE-Advanced download speeds, and a number of LTE bands that you can see in the table below. It also comes with wireless charging and Samsung's MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) connectivity, indicating that the phones will ship with support for Samsung Pay. So far, so good, as the phone is expected to be launched on US carriers just about a month from now.