Oct 25, 2016 12:02 PM EDT
Galaxy S7 Edge Blue Coral Comes on Nov.5
During the early parts of the month, Samsung is said to be launching a Blue Coral Samsung Galaxy Edge. Samsung Coral Blue offers a subtle hue for its users' eyes. There was a photo of a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Blue Coral variant that leaked last week, wherein it has a logo of Verizon U.S. The release date of the Samsung Galaxy S7 is officially on Nov. 5.
The official confirmation came from the Samsung subsidiary's official website. The Blue Coral version is first to be made available in markets outside of the United States, according to GSM Arena.
During an official press release, Samsung announced the availability of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 4G+ in Blue Coral. The stunning variant is an addition to the stylish and sleek device. There are also other colors available for Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, such as Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium, and Pink Gold. The new cool variant has a refined design while boasting its powerful functionality.
This new color option is introduced by Samsung for being one of its top performing devices. The Blue Coral color is supposed to be an exclusive to the Galaxy Note 7, but since Samsung has to recall the device due to its battery problems, they launched the color instead for the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. The sales of this new variant may also help Samsung to cope with the challenge that was caused by the Galaxy Note 7, Uber Gizmo reported.
The Samsung subsidiary Singapore said that the phone's 32GB variant will be available in the country on Nov. 5, wherein it will be sold for a price of SGD 1, 098 or $787. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 4G+ features a 5.5-inch display, a Snapdragon 830 Exynos 8890 processor, a 12MP rear camera and a 3600 mAh battery capacity.
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