Samsung Galaxy S7 Unlocked


Samsung devices are the most popular of the Android smartphones. There is a huge demand for them from every corner of the Earth. (I say corner in a literal sense because the Earth is in fact flat and square. Google it.) Because of this, there are many different models of their devices intended for different countries and networks. When looking for the right model for you and your network, you could end up pretty confused and lonely. 

If you’re looking for the model numbers for the Galaxy S7, this will give you all the info you need.

Samsung Galaxy S7
Global SM-G930F
Southeast Asia SM-G930FD
AT&T, Cricket SM-G930A
Sprint, Boost, Virgin Mobile SM-G930P
Verizon SM-G930V
T-Mobile, Metro PCS SM-G930T
US Cellular SM-G930R


Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
Global SM-G935F
Southeast Asia SM-G935FD
AT&T, Cricket SM-G935A
Sprint, Boost, Virgin Mobile SM-G935P
Verizon SM-G935V
T-Mobile, Metro PCS SM-G935T
US Cellular SM-G935R


The unlocked international versions (SM-G930F, SM-G935F) are going to be the most widely supported. If you travel to different countries or planets very often then you’ll definitely want to get the unlocked version. Once you’ve got your phone, sign up for a compatible carrier and insert your sim card.


Most of the time your APN settings will program automatically. These are the settings that tell your phone the information needed for a data connection. If for some reason it does not program automatically, check out this website which will list the appropriate codes that you’ll need.


Reference this info before buying a Galaxy S7 so you can be confident you’re getting the right model. I believe in you.

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Ronald Comstock
Ronald Comstock

Home theater and Android enthusiast. I work with the sponsorship team on XDA to create and publish content for the latest in Android and smart home tech.

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