This is what a perfect balance between form and function looks like. Find out why Galaxy S7 edge is the best yet...
If you're in the market for a high-end phone that rocks a screen that's not on the straight and narrow, maybe the Galaxy S7 Edge could be for you?
The new Edge brings new features compared with the S6 and edge plus versions, take advantage of them.
Are you sold on the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge already? If that's the case then why not order the phone to make sure you get it as soon as possible? Take your pick from the colours below and make sure to avoid any disappointment.
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So when's it coming out? Like the S7, the S7 Edge was announced on Sunday February 21st, but it didn't launch until March 11th, giving fans plenty of time to get their pre-orders in. As ever, Samsung streamed the event live over YouTube, so if you haven't had a chance to check it out, you can give it a look below.
The new curved screen device is off the Samsung conveyor belt, the Galaxy S7 Edge was launched alongside the Galaxy S7 at MWC 2016 in front of a huge audience. It offers a similar design, although its larger curved edge display offers a slightly different look along with some extra side-panel features.
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With the S7 Edge here, you can check out all of the specs that accompany the handset below.
Samsung is bringing plenty of quality features to the fray with the S7 Edge, that's one thing you can definitely count on, with the curved edge display being the most obvious inclusion. For official word, you might be best off spending your time on Samsung's site.
However, if you want an independent take on the new Galaxy S7 Edge, you can read our in-depth S7 Edge mobile review, which takes a look at everything that's on offer from the Samsung phone.
However, should you like to hear about all of the rumours that came along before the launch of the Samsung phone, maybe you should quench your thirst with some rumours about the Galaxy Edge...
Featuring Android Marshmallow, the Galaxy S7 Edge brings the latest Google powered operating system to the curved screen device, giving it one of the best operating systems of any smartphone on the market.
Sony beat everyone to the 4K punch with the launch of the Sony Xperia Z6 and Premium, but Samsung isn't rising to the challenge, sticking with its Super AMOLED QHD screen instead, although it does size up at 5.5", making it a fully fledged phablet.
Will we see some competition from the HTC 10 this year too?
Looking to get great deals? As with many new smartphone launches, don't expect to find this flagship handset coming cheaply. In fact, Samsung is charging upward of £45 per month for the S7 Edge, with up-front costs also rising. However, you will be able to find a good deal if you use our price comparison tool, or by shelling out for a SIM free version of the phone, which will mean a SIM only deal would make for some good savings for your monthly budget.
The S7 Edge is also available without an up-front cost, but prices will be very high for monthly payments.
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We cover all major UK mobile phone networks so the deals you want are easy to find. Here are the main networks that will be connecting the new Edge smartphone.
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