About three months into their release, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have seen quite a number of variants come into play.
The Dual-SIM versions were actually the first variants to follow the standard versions and just recently, a Batman-themed version of the Galaxy S7 Edge showed up. In addition, AT&T and Samsung have continued their relationship with the release of a new Galaxy S7 Active, the tough and rugged variant of the S7.
If you are among those who prefer having more than one carrier on board their phones, there is some really great news for you as Samsung Galaxy S7 Dual-SIM variant is now selling at a huge discount on eBay. There is no doubt that Samsung Galaxy S7 comes with the most desirable technology, hardware, software, and features. However, all these come at a serious cost of somewhere in the regions of $700.
This is a huge sum of money for those running on a budget, something that makes the eBay deal something worth looking at, especially since the phone’s condition is new. At $529, Samsung Galaxy S7 Dual, in addition to the extra SIM card slot, will be coming in with basically the same features as what you probably already know of courtesy of the Galaxy S7.
These include a 5.1-inch Super AMOLED display panel with QHD resolution of 1440 by 2560 pixels, a RAM of 4GB and the same camera configuration of 12MP on the rear and 5MP on the front. As for the onboard storage, the phone on offer has 32GB of expandable storage.
Samsung released this year’s flagship with two chipset variants, one model featuring a Snapdragon 820 SoC and the other has an Exynos 8890 SoC. Given that the Galaxy S7 Dual-SIM variant is meant for the international market, it carries the latter chipset. There are really no differences in the performance offered by these two chipsets, otherwise, they wouldn’t have been used on the same smartphone model.
One thing you need to keep in mind, though, is that the eBay deal involves an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 Dual that only supports GSM networks. As a result, don’t bother checking out this deal unless you want to use the phone on AT&T or T-Mobile.
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