Nov 03, 2016 07:51 AM EDT
Samsung confirmed that Galaxy S7's Blue Coral version will be coming to the United States and will be available in selected markets around the world.
In an exclusive interview, a Samsung spokesperson confirmed to Tech Crunch that the Blue Coral version of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge will be arriving in the U.S. Although the phone manufacturer did not reveal much information about the said version, the representative said that it will be launched before the end of the year, and confirmed that it will be released at major U.S. carriers.
According to the official website of the phone manufacturer, the company have officially released the sixth color edition of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, and revealed that the phone was already available in selected markets around the globe since Nov. 1. Samsung's official website also indicated that the specific availability details of the phone will be announced through each markets' wireless providers.
Furthermore, the manufacturer revealed that the color was inspired by nature, which looked like it was lightened up from the inside. The company added that they followed this year's color trends for Galaxy S7 Edge, which was about being less vivid and more about quiet and tranquil colors. Samsung also revealed that the company utilized a contrasting gold tone hue to Samsung Galaxy S7's metallic frame, which resulted to a classy color combination.
Meanwhile, Galaxy S7 Edge Blue Coral version features a sleek design with curves that are made to be ergonomic for the users. It has the best mobile technologies today, which enhances the experience of the owner when they use it. It also features several other technologies like the Dual Pixel camera, the IP68 water and dust resistance feature and a microSD card slot for storage expansion.
Aside from the latest Blue Coral color, the Galaxy S7 Edge has several other colors to choose from that includes Gold Platinum, Black Onyx, Silver Titanium, White Pearl, and Pink Gold.
Check out the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge official introduction video below: