Four days ago we told you of an inventory leak from T-Mobile suggesting that the carrier would soon carry the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in its new “Blue Coral” variant. Today, the device went up for sale.

This new color variant is just that — a new color. But if you liked the Blue Coral Note 7 and— obviously — can’t go that route anymore, this is the next best thing. Like the standard S7 Edge, this model has a Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of base storage, a 12MP rear camera, and a curved 5.5-inch QHD SuperAMOLED display.

We saw AT&T launch the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 Edge for $26.50 monthly for 30 months (or for $794 outright), and Verizon and Sprint introduced the device yesterday at $33 per month and a slightly-higher $33.13, respectively (both for the 32GB model). Now you can grab the phone from the magenta carrier for $30/month.

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