The Galaxy S7 edge isn't about gimmicks — it's about being a really great phone. The quick take
Samsung is undeniably putting its marketing power behind the "edge" version of the Galaxy S7. It's bigger, flashier and more expensive than the standard phone, and it's for those who want to stand out from the crowd just a bit more. Compared to the compact Galaxy S7 the larger size of the GS7 edge is going to cause problems for some people, but if you want the boost in battery, head-turning curved screen and handful of extra software features, the Galaxy S7 edge is the one to get.

Excellent screen
Solid performance
Great camera
Waterproofing is a big bonus
Pre-installed software still bothersome
Back glass a fingerprint magnet
Only 32GB models available
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Over the past five years, innovation in the smartphone world has moved at a relentless pace. In terms of external design, component power and overall user experience, you can't argue that the phones of today are exponentially better than those from just five years ago. With such amazing advances in so many areas, consumers don't expect just one new and exciting feature per product release … they want everything to improve.

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At first glance, it seems as though Samsung's strategy with the Galaxy S7 edge is at odds with those consumer demands. Physically, it's not unlike the Galaxy S6 edge+, which was also released just six months ago — it has a very similar metal and glass materials, similar screen size and the same dual curved display. At the same time, many features are unchanged — you get fast internals, a brilliant screen, wireless charging and familiar software.

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