Samsung to start selling the Coral Blue Galaxy S7 Edge in select markets soon
It seems that there is something with the market these days and smartphones that offer the blue colour because they seem to be getting a lot of love. When the Google Pixel and Pixel XL were on preorders, it was this colour option that got sold out first and going to the much plagued Galaxy Note 7 also, they had a Coral Blue variant that was ordered so much, they had to push back the shipping date on it and that didn’t even stop people from going for it.
While the Note 7 has now been called back and there is nothing anyone can do about that now, some rumour that we have been hearing that Samsung hopes to compensate the market by launching such colour option with the Galaxy S7 Edge seems to be coming to fruition now.
For now, we have heard that Samsung has plans to launch the device in this colour option but for the select markets of both Taiwan and Singapore. While it would carry 32GB configuration and also have support for the 4GB network, Taiwan would get it first in the 1st of November while Singapore follows suit just some four days after.
As regards the price, the people of Singapore would need to churn out 1090 SGD while the region of Taiwan would spend NTD 24,900 for every pop of the device.
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