The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will be available at carriers and retailers starting April 21.

T-Mobile has already confirmed its availability for the smartphone on its main network as well as its subsidiary, MetroPCS. T-Mobile will offer the Galaxy S8 for $750 or for $30 down and $30 down per month for 24 months on the carrier’s payment plan. The Galaxy S8 Plus will sell for $850 or $130 down and $30 per month for 24 months. T-Mobile will begin accepting preorders for the device March 29 at 9:01 p.m. MetroPCS will offer the Galaxy S8 for $729.

The Galaxy S8 introduces new features including an infinity display with a virtual home button, an iris scanner, and facial recognition, in addition to bringing camera improvements and well-known features such as fingerprint scanning. Samsung also showcased new Gear VR and Gear 360 models and introduced a new auxiliary product called Samsung DeX, which allows users to connect smartphones to their computers to bring their smartphone interface to their PC.

Customers who preorder or purchase the Galaxy S8 at launch from T-Mobile or MetroPCS can get a free Gear VR or Samsung DeX station.