Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge deal (AT&T) now available for just $335 at Best Buy

If you’re looking to buy a upper-mid range phone, and simply don’t want to spend on the latest flagships. Here’s a sweet deal for you, it’s always considered a better idea to buy the last years flagship than a mid-range or budget phone. And when the device is as good as Galaxy S7 Edge, then look no further as the Galaxy S7 Edge�is available at AT&T at a 49% discounted price.

So, what you do is sign up for a 30 months contract, which means you’ll be paying only $12,�down from $23.17 a month on Best Buy. And you’re also eligible for an upgrade, once the 24 months are completed. Which overall brings the device down to a pretty reasonable pricing of just�$335 in total with this two years plus contract.

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The device originally retails for $650 to sometimes $550 during a holiday sale, but this is a new low-price point for a new Galaxy S7 Edge.

Now�even though you’re getting the 32GB base variant, but there’s also room for expansion via a micro sd-card, So storage is not a big issue here.

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Galaxy S7 Edge( Edge feature)
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If you put the Galaxy S7 Edge�against what’s available at the same price, the device outshines the competition. Except for the Moto X Style and Nexus 6, but they might feel a bit dated for some folks.

Moreover, you get a pretty good flagship specs and a good�enough camera; along with the bonus�IP68 dust and water-resistance Ingress Protection. Finally, the Galaxy S7 Edge�will also receive the highly awaited Android Oreo update which is the next major OS update from Google after Nougat.

Which you may miss out on the many of the mid-range devices in the same price bracket. So, if you’re looking for your next smartphone and you’re on AT&T, then this is an excellent deal, which you should not miss.

Shivam has been working as a Tech journalist since 2014. He has worked at many Tech news blogs and Amazon India after that he joined TheLeaker in 2017 as a staff writer and now he’s an editor on the portal. When he is not working, you can find him playing games and listening to pop music. You can find him on Facebook and Twitter and can also contact him via email at [email protected]

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