Earlier today, Samsung unveiled their latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S7. The phone was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 sports a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display resulting to a 1440x2560 resolution and 577ppi pixel density. The US model for the S7 uses a Snapdragon 820 SOC quad-core processor, while the international model uses an octa-core Exynos 8890 SOC processor; both with 4GB of RAM and the ARM Mali-T880MP14 GPU. A 32GB built-in memory is available along with a microSD card slot that supports up to 200GB of extra storage.
On the back of the device is a 12MP camera with 2160p video recording and a 5MP camera in front. The device carries an IP68 water-resistance rating and an "Always-on" display feature. Powering the phone is a non-removable Li-Ion 3,000 mAh battery.
Following Samsung's unveiling of the Galaxy S7, Cricket Wireless wasted no time in announcing that the device will be available on their lineup in the near future. Along with other smartphone models, the carrier will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S7 and will update their announcement once availability, pricing, and other details will become available.
If you are interested in getting the Galaxy S7 under Cricket, you may do so with plans starting at $35 per month after a $5/month auto pay credit. This is a no annual contract wireless plan with value packed add-on features and promotions. You can get more information about the Galaxy S7 and Cricket when you visit their website.
Source: Cricket Wireless