Verizon Galaxy S7 Edge price dropped by around $100 in preparation for the Galaxy S8

With the upcoming flagships from Samsung expected to be out by March 29th, one might expect the previous gen flagships to get outdated, and thus get become less pricey too. Well, even though you may not consider Galaxy S7 Edge as one to be called outdated, it’s certaily getting a price fall today, at Verizon Wireless.

The Verizon Galaxy S7 was available for the cost of $792 hitherto, but today’s price revision to the Samsung’s current best device — Galaxy S8 is not officially announced yet, remember! — the device is now available at an outright price of $696.

In case you’re looking at contract-price, it’s down to $29 from, from #33 per month. As this is not a discount deal, we expect the price to remain at this level for foreseeable future, after which it could only drop further.

So, if you’re in the market for a smartphone and don’t mind forgoing the upcoming Galaxy S8, the Galaxy S7 Edge is your golden opportunity to save a few good bucks.

Read: Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus spotted on GeekBench running Android 7.0

There’s basically nothing to lose on purchasing the Galaxy S7 Edge. You get a 5.5-inch 1440p sAMOLED display powered by the Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 3600mAh battery. Not to mention the sweet Edges that make the central hype of the smartphone.

→ Order the Verizon Galaxy S7 Edge here

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