The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge may be tempting you towards a Samsung, and away from its less curvaceous brother the Galaxy S6, but when and where will you be able to get one?
Samsung has confirmed the Galaxy S6 Edge will go on sale in 20 countries on April 10, so we thankfully don't have too long to wait to get our hands on its additional curved displays.
You'll have the choice of 32GB, 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, plus a variety of colours, but we're still waiting to hear how much it will set you back.
EE is not only offering the Galaxy S6 Edge on its extensive 4G network, it's also allowing owners to make WiFi calls on their shiny new handset.
That means if you find yourself without mobile signal, but you do have access to a WiFi network you'll still be able to make and receive calls. Clever.
No word on pricing just yet, but expect the Galaxy S6 Edge to feature in EE's highest tariffs and you can register online of updates.
O2 will also be carrying the Galaxy S6 Edge on its bubbly network, but like EE further information on cost is yet to be announced. You can sign up on its website for updates though.
Vodafone has jumped on Samsung's latest flagships too, confirming it'll be ranging the Galaxy S6 Edge along with the S6.
Completely the pack of the big four, Three has also revealed it'll be flogging the S6 Edge, but like the others it's keeping quiet on price for now.
Carphone will be offering the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge alongside the S6, but we're still waiting on a price. If the S6 Edge has taken your fancy you can register your interest online.
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