Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge was a masterclass in desirability. What did its curved screen do? Not a lot. How much extra would you have to pay for it? Around S$150 on contract. Did we want one? Absolutely.

The same goes for Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge. As the successor to our Gadget Of The Year 2015, its core concept remains unchanged: it’s basically the Galaxy S7 for really, really, ridiculously good looking people. Sure, there’s more to life than aesthetics but not much more.

To that end, the S7 Edge is bigger and bolder than ever before. It takes the best smartphone you can buy and dolls it up that bit extra. This flagship Galaxy is rocking a larger screen and battery than its cheaper cousin, and you can do even more with its audacious curves. If you’ve got the cash to burn, then this Samsung is a smartphone worth flaunting.

Tech Specs 
50.9 x 72.6 x 7.7 mm
Screen size & resolution
5.5 inches, 1440 x 2560 pixels
Exynos 8890 Octa
Adreno 530
32GB (w/ microSD support)
12 MP, f/1.7
Selfie camera
5 MP, f/1.7
Fingerprint scanner, IP68 dust proof and water resistant
Stuff says... 

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review

Don't let the price put you off: the S7 Edge is truly a smartphone to lust after
Good Stuff 
That gorgeous curved screen
Immense battery life
Incredibly powerful
Bad Stuff 
Edge apps still aren’t great