Galaxy Note 7 release date, pricing, and carrier pre-order details

Today the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been revealed and priced and released, all at once. While the device won't be immediately available, each of the top carriers in the United States have begun issuing information about when and where the device will be able to be placed in users' hands, physically. The release today marks the first time Samsung has released the headliner "phablet" smartphone Galaxy Note without a "flat" version – it's decidedly part of the "Edge" collection without the namesake.

The T-Mobile version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will cost users a final retail price of $849.99. T-Mobile USA will have the device in Blue Coral, Black Onyx, and Silver Titanium available on a single 24-month payment plan. That plan will have users paying $69.99 down and $32.50 a month for 24 months.

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Pre-order for T-Mobile USA starts tonight at 9:01 PM PST (and ends on the 28th of August). T-Mobile suggests that "for a limited time", users pre-ordering the 64GB Galaxy Note 7 will be able to get a free full year of Netflix, Samsung Gear Fit 2, or a 256GB microSD card for expanded storage on their phone. Pick-up for the T-Mobile Galaxy Note 7 begins in-store on the 19th of August.

The AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will cost users $880.20 or $880.08 depending on which plan they choose. One of AT&T's plans has users paying $29.34 per month for 30 months, while the other will have users paying $36.67 a month for 24 months. The 24-month plan will save users 12 cents in the long run.

AT&T has the device available in Blue Coral, Black Onyx, and Silver Titanium, and pre-orders begin tomorrow, August 3rd. Devices will begin to arrive in stores at AT&T on August 19th.

AT&T is pushing a set of 3 potential deals for this device (for a limited time), each which includes buying a Galaxy Note 7 and getting something for free. One deal has users getting $695 in monthly AT&T Next credits "to purchase a second." Another deal gives users a free Samsung Gear S2. The third deal gives users a Galaxy Tab E for $0.99 USD.

The Verizon version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will cost users... an unknown amount of money. They've not yet released that information.

Update: Verizon says the Note 7 will be $36 per month for 24 months on the carrier's device payment plan, or $864 outright.

Verizon users will be able to pre-order the Galaxy Note 7 online starting tomorrow. The device will be "available for purchase in Verizon stores" starting on the 19th of August.

Above you'll see our first hands-on video with the Galaxy Note 7. Below you'll see a number of additional Samsung bits – stay tuned for our final review!