AT&T put the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge up for sale last week, and now it appears the phone is available to order from two competing carriers: Verizon and Sprint. The phone is going to run you $33 even per month in the 32GB model from Verizon, and goes for a slightly-higher $33.13 from Sprint…

This new color variant is only an aesthetic change, but it’s a welcome option if you wanted to grab the Blue Coral Note 7 but — for obvious reasons — can’t do that anymore. Like the standard S7 Edge, the Blue Coral model has a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of base storage, a 12MP rear camera, and a curved 5.5-inch QHD SuperAMOLED display.

If you’re waiting to grab the phone via T-Mobile, I don’t have nay good news just yet. That could change really soon, however, as a leak from just a few days ago suggested that the Blue Coral variant should indeed be making its way to the magenta carrier imminently. AT&T has this special color of Galaxy S7 edge available for $26.50 monthly for 30 months (or for $794 outright).

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