All eyes might be on the upcoming launch of the Galaxy S8 but Samsung hasn't forgotten about its older devices.
The award-winning Galaxy S7 Edge has just recieved a makeover with the introduction of a new Blue Coral colour scheme.
Until now, the S7 Edge has only been available in black, white, pink, gold and silver.
This new Blue Coral style is available now and comes with another added bonus – a new lower price.
Samsung has slashed the cost of its current flagships with the Galaxy S7 now costing £519 and the S7 Edge available for £589.
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In fact, if you want to buy the S7 Edge on contract you can now pick one up for as little as £31 per month.
The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge were launched early last year and feature Quad HD displays, waterproof design and a Dual 12 megapixel camera.
Both devices received rave reviews and the Galaxy S7 Edge was crowned best smartphone of the year at numerous award ceremonies.
So this new offer is clearly a good deal but there's a reason why Samsung is offering a new design and reduced price.
The Korean tech giant is about to refresh its smartphone lineup with the imminent launch of the Galaxy S8.
This latest device is expected to be unveiled on March 29 at a major Unpacked event in New York.
Samsung's Galaxy S7 edge gets a new design and price cut
There's already plenty of rumours about this new device which looks set to arrive in two different sizes.
The standard S8 will include a curved 5.8-inch Quad HD display whilst the larger S8 Plus model will feature a huge 6.2-inch QHD AMOLED screen.
Along with these changes to the display the S8 also looks set to ditch the physical home button and switch the fingerprint scanner to the rear of the device.
It's currently unclear how users will interact without a home button although some reports suggest it will be embedded under the display.
Other rumours include a improvements to the camera and the inclusion of Qualcomm's fatest processor to date.
Samsung is believed to have begun to receive smartphone components in large volumes, as it gears up to mass-produce the Galaxy S8.