We’re taking a break from the Note 7 fiasco. Samsung seems to be refocusing its energies in other products and services because really, the damage has been done already. We know the company is already doing a lot of security and extra measures like considering maybe tapping LG for the next flagship’s battery, offering cash discounts, and launching only one flagship annually.
This time, Samsung has just announced that it’s releasing a Blue Coral version of the Galaxy S7 edge 4G+. The phone will be available soon in a new color variant, giving people another alternative to the problematic Note 7. You see, the S7 edge has always been another option within the premium flagship category even before the Note 7 was launched. The smartphone was introduced in four color options namely Pink Gold, Silver Titanium, Gold Platinum, and Black Onyx and now, it’s getting the stunning Blue Coral.
The Blue Coral Samsung Galaxy S7 edge 4G+ will roll out starting November 5 with 32GB onboard storage. Don’t be surprised but the listed retail price is a staggering $1,098.
Samsung announced this color option together with the 2016 version of the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 with S Pen 4G. The two should be available from most retailers and mobile carriers in Singapore initially and then in the United States very soon.