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Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge official pictures show just how gorgeous it is


Last updated: October 28th, 2016 at 13:25 UTC+02:00

Samsung is going all out on the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 edge now that it doesn’t have a new flagship to sell in the holiday season. One of the ways it’s going to try and bring in more customers is by offering a color option that was well received with the Galaxy Note 7. We first saw a leaked photo of the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge a couple of weeks ago and after confirming that it will be launched in November, Samsung today released the official photos of the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge.

It’s the same Galaxy S7 edge that we all know and love. There’s nothing different about the device itself other than the color and you’ve got to admit, the Galaxy S7 edge looks amazing in Blue Coral. The pictures come from Samsung Taiwan which confirms that the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge will be released in the country on November 1 for NT$24,900 ($790). Samsung Singapore confirmed last week that this handset will be released in the country on November 5.

It goes without saying that the company will gradually release the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge in additional markets across the globe in the coming weeks. Do check out the gorgeous handset in the official pictures posted below and let us know in the comments what you think about it.

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