With todayís deal, you can grab an unlocked, International variant of the Galaxy S7 edge for $583.50 with prime shipping. This is the version that runs Samsungís Exynos CPU and carries the model number SM-935F, which has proven to be marginally better in raw performance with superior battery life over the North-American version that comes equipped with the Snapdragon 820.
Unlike the unlocked North American variant available at Best Buy, the international version will not work with CDMA networks like Verizon or Sprint. Also unlike the version at Best Buy, the phone does not include a warranty from Samsung.
The Black Onyx version of the phone is the lowest at $583.50 while other colors are going for a little more. The Silver and Black versions are available from the same seller, while the Gold and Coral Blue options are each sold by different sellers, though all options are Fulfilled by Amazon, so youíll get the companyís legendary two-day shipping with Prime.
Because there was no Galaxy Note7, there was no excess of folks flocking to sell their used S7ís on third-party websites. Also, since the majority of recalled Note7ís were replaced with the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, the demand for the phone didnít drop as quickly. With the Galaxy S8 just over the horizon, we expect the Galaxy S7 (edge) to drop in price more abruptly in the near future.
IMO, there are better deals for the international S7 edge than this $583 one.
Why do you think it has to be cheaper than op3t? It's a better phone in almost every way expecting it to be 30k is like expecting an iPhone 7 32 GB for half rate
iPhone 7 should cost 100$ then just because of your statement