If you’ve been itching to get your hands on the phone that thinks as big as you do, your waiting game is now over. The Samsung Galaxy Note7 is officially available for sale across the United States and Canada. Choose between blue, silver and black, as your carrier allows, and be prepared to open that wallet extra wide.

Here in Canada, the Galaxy Note7 is being sold through Bell, Telus, Rogers, Wind, Videotron, Eastlink, SaskTel and Koodo. Most of the carriers are putting the top-tier phablet up for sale for about $550 on a qualifying two-year plan. If you’re more inclined to buy it outright, you need to spend $1,050.

In the United States, you’ll be able to find the phone outright for $800+ at such retailers as Best Buy, Targer, Walmart, and Sam’s Club. Alternatively, you can pick up the international version from Amazon right now too.

If you’d rather do the two-year service agreement with AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular or Verizon, you’ll have to wait until tomorrow.

Don’t forget to check out the hands-on preview video of the Galaxy Note7 that we posted earlier this week. We’ve got the device in our labs and a more comprehensive written review is on the way. Stay tuned to find out if it really is the best big phone out there.

Via MobileSyrup and TechCrunch

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