Samsung’s latest flagship was unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) on February 21
The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are now available to pre-order from O2, Vodafone, EE, Three, Tesco Mobile and Carphone Warehouse.
Both devices in the Korean manufacturer’s flagship range (pictured) were unveiled in Barcelona at MWC on February 21. They have an AMOLED screen, are dust and water-resistant and include a 12MP rear camera.
O2 is offering the device on its new Refresh tariffs, which allow customers to trade their Galaxy S7 or S7 edge for an upgrade after only a year. The device is available for £46 per month (£29.99 upfront cost) with unlimited calls, unlimited texts and 3GB of data. The S7 edge, alternatively, costs £51 per month (£9.99 upfront cost) on the same tariff.
Any purchase made before April 27 will also include a free pair of Jabra Sport Pulse headphones worth £149.99.
Both devices are also available through EE. The 32GB S7 on a two-year 4GEE Extra plan is just £49.99 (£44.99 upfront) with unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 4GB of data. The 32GB S7 edge, costs £49.99 per month (£29.99 upfront cost) with the same allowance.
The S7 and S7 Edge with 10GB of data, unlimited texts and unlimited texts will respectively cost £50 and £40 per month on a Vodafone Red Bundle.
Carphone Warehouse is also taking pre-orders. Prices start from £36 per month for the S7 and S7 edge. Product demos will be available across all Carphone stores from February 23.
Customers who pre-order the device from Vodafone and Carphone Warehouse will get a free Samsung Gear virtual reality headset worth £79.99.
Go to Three and the S7 edge will cost £41 per month (£99 upfront) for 1GB of data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts. The same plan for the S7 costs £35 per month.
Tesco Mobile is also stocking the 32GB version of the device on two-year contracts with no upfront cost. 2GB of data, 2,000 minutes and 5,000 texts for the S7 will cost £37.50 per month. The 32GB S7 edge starts from £41 per month, which comes with 2,000 minutes, 5,000 texts and 2GB of data.