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Samsung releases unlocked Galaxy S7 phones in the US

One will cost you at least $670.
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Waiting for the unlocked versions of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge? We hope you've been saving up. They're now available in the US for those who don't want to be locked into a contract with a carrier for two years and those who want the freedom to choose their plans. The unlocked devices are still the same phones you fell in love with earlier this year and will work on most GSM and CDMA carriers in the country, including all the big hitters (AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon and US Cellular). You can nab one straight from Samsung's website, but you can also get either of them from various distributors and retailers, such as Amazon, Best Buy and Target. As always, expect to pay more up front for an unlocked device: the Galaxy S7 will set you back $670, while the Galaxy S7 edge will cost you $100 more.

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