Nov 24, 2016 09:38 AM EST
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge In Glossy Black Variant Image Leaks; Android 7.0 Nougat Program Going Well?
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in glossy black variant is reported to be geared up by the South Korean company. While there has been no confirmation yet regarding the device, images have been leaked on Weibo.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in Glossy Black is believed to emphasize that the phone manufacturer can roll out their own Jet Black version. It also aims to offer their customers with more options when using their Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. While there has been no details yet regarding its specs, the rumored smartphone has been captured on camera and the images are already leaked on Weibo.
Based on the leaked picture, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge appears to look great. In fact, those who have seen it believe that tech fans would not have second thoughts buying the smartphone. It should also be noted that the leaked photo was provided by a Samsung official that operates in China. Also, there are speculations that Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge may hit selected stores in time for the holiday season.
Rumors also claim that Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is part of the company's attempt to keep the fans wait for the coming months when they release different color variants of the smartphone. In fact, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in blue coral variant is a good indication that the color variation strategy of Samsung could give great results, and that Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in glossy black variant is likely to become a huge success as well, Softpedia reported.
Meanwhile, the Android 7.0 Nougat beta for Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is reportedly going well. Given such, Samsung is rumored to expand the program to other markets. Currently, the beta program is live in the UK, the United States, China and the South Korea. However, there are speculations that the program may also come to the Philippines soon.
Android 7.0 Nougat beta program lets users of unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge to test the software currently being developed and report any issues that they will discover to Samsung. Also, the users must install Samsung's Galaxy Beta Program application to start receiving over the air updates regarding Android 7.0 Nougat, Yahoo reported. Watch Glossy Black Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
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