The Blue Coral colour seen on the Samsung
Galaxy Note 7 was nothing less than majestic. It gave the device a cool and
calm look (however the contrary was true). Sadly with Samsung discontinuing the
Note 7, many had to lose the privilege of owning the royal looks offered by it.
But do not fear as Samsung Electronics has
officially released the Blue Coral edition for the S7 Edge devices.
Although it will only be available in
select markets from November 1. Specific
availability details will be announced by each market’s wireless providers and
regional Samsung offices.
Although we appreciate this maneuver by
Samsung to elevate the sales of the S7 Edge devices, making it available in a
few markets might not have been the smartest move. Regardless, we do hope and
pray that we get the Blue Coral for the S7 Edge here in India. But even if we
are deprived off the luxury there are still 5 more attractive offerings for the
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge including Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, White Pearl, Silver
Titanium and Pink Gold.
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