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Live images truly capture the beauty of the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge

It was first reported about a month ago that Samsung might possibly release the Galaxy S7 edge in Blue Coral, a color option it introduced with the Galaxy Note 7. The company later confirmed that the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge will be released in Singapore and Taiwan. Samsung has since confirmed that this particular color option will be offered in more markets across the globe with availability and pricing varying by market. We’ve seen official renders of this device but today we get to see the handset in a whole new light. Some live images of the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge have been shared with us and they truly capture the beauty of this smartphone.

The Galaxy S7 edge is already one of the most beautiful Android-powered smartphones ever made so this is a match made in heaven. Blue Coral was one of the most sought after colors for the Galaxy Note 7 and since you can’t buy that handset anymore, Samsung is offering it with the next best option. Do check out the pictures posted below and keep hoping that Samsung releases the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge in your market.

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Thanks, Nigel!

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gtone339
gtone339

What about the flat-S7?

sammay69
sammay69

a really nice option for those how had the note 7. so they can get in the same color the note 7 came in. i have been using my s7 edge in black for some months now and i am really enjoying my s7. but the blue looks really nice. but i wont change my phone just because of the new color

alcohol007
alcohol007

Are these from Singapore?

Blood Wolfe
Blood Wolfe

I miss my blue Note 7 and this looks very nice but I’ll stick with my Note 4 for another year. No s-pen = no buy for me.

ifeyfm
ifeyfm

me too, with s-pen, better then other

xrb
xrb

I went back to buy brand new Note 5 64GB after returning my Note 7. But I’m willing to live with my Note 5 until the next Note iteration. Fortunately, Note 5 is almost the same as Note 7 basic functionality wise. I do miss secured folder and Iris scanner security to access it, waterproofing and expandable storage.

jpd514
jpd514

Very nice! But, no S-Pen. I will go with Note5

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