Samsung Galaxy S7 edge Blue Coral version coming in November

Moving on from the fiasco that stemmed from the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung is pushing the two previous flagships it has in store — Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. To do just that, it's rehashing one of the most popular color options of the phablet and bringing a Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge to the table on Nov. 5. After various leaks, the confirmation came from Samsung's Singapore subsidiary which announced the retail availability for the handset on its official website. Singaporeans should be prepared to spend 1,098 of their local currency on the 32GB Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 4G+ in Blue Coral, which converts to 790 USD.

Blue Coral Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Confirmed: Release Date On Nov. 5

Of course, Samsung Singapore’s statement only relates to that country, but considering the in-the-wild leak we already saw had Verizon branding on it, the whole thing pretty much stitches this one up for the U.S. sooner or later. It’s all just a matter of when. Initially, the Galaxy S7 edge was released around the world in Black, Silver, Gold, and Pink Gold, so Blue Coral will become its fifth official color variant. Blue Coral is a pretty new color for Samsung, being introduced at the same time with the Galaxy Note 7. Interestingly there is no news of regular galaxy S7 blue coral version yet.

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