In our Galaxy S7 Edge hands-on review we declared Samsung's latest flagship the undisputed King of Android.
However despite all the fanfare we also believed that existing Edge 6 owners should stick with their phones, as there really isn't one must-have feature that demands you trade-up.
Still that doesn't stop us from giving you the lowdown on both, comparing like-for-like, should you decide to upgrade. So whether you're an existing Galaxy S6 Edge owner or a newcomer to Samsung's curved glass charms, we'll help you navigate these tricky waters.
S7 Edge: In terms of speed you'll find the Samsung Exynos 8890 chipset - with four cores running at 2.6GHz and the other four at 1.59GHz. The ARM Mali-T880 takes care of the graphics, and there's 4GB of RAM onboard.
S6 Edge: A Samsung Exynos 7420 processor runs the show, with quad 2.1GHz and quad 1.5GHz cores. In the GPU stakes you'll find the ARM Mali-T760, plus there's 3GB of RAM to play with.
Winner: S7 Edge. You can expect 30 percent more performance and 10 per cent better energy efficiency with Samsung's newest Exynos CPU. Meanwhile the GPU provides an 80 per cent performance uplift when compared to the Mali-T760, and it also boosts power efficiency by around 40 percent.
S7 Edge: 150.9x72.6x7.7mm. 157g
S6 Edge: 142.1x70.1x7mm. 132g
Winner: S6 Edge. Last year's model is both lighter and thinner, which is a thumbs-up in our book. However it was pleasing to note that the larger dimensions of the S7E didn't trouble our pockets too much.
S7 Edge: 5.5in AMOLED screen with a QHD resolution of 2,560x1,440, 534ppi.
S6 Edge: 5.1in AMOLED screen with a QHD resolution of 2,560x1,440, 577ppi.
Winner: Draw. A tricky one to call as the S7 Edge doesn't better the QHD resolution found on last year's model. It features the same stunning display and we found it hard to discern the loss in ppi density due to the larger surface area. Running the two handsets side-by-side we did notice a slight yellowish tint on the S6 Edge's display when viewed from some angles.
Fresh from the box the S6 Edge didn't impress with its screen edge functionality, but now, a year on, the service has matured. The S7 Edge still has the upper-hand however with its ability to show two columns of apps and information rather than the S6E's one.