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[Poll Results!] Does Samsung’s decision to stop offering a White color option irk you?

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Last updated: April 17th, 2020 at 14:37 UTC+02:00

It appears that Samsung has quietly decided to stop offering the White color option with its smartphones for some reason. We first noticed it with the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7. Samsung introduced the gorgeous new Blue Coral color option for that device but didn’t offer it in white. It has now done the same thing with the new Galaxy A (2017) series that it just announced today. A White color option is missing from this new series so we’ve got to ask, do you mind that Samsung is no longer selling some of its best smartphones in White?

Cast your vote and let us know in the comments what you make of this.

Results: It’s clear from the results that the majority doesn’t really care for the white color option. Only 35 percent say that they like the color and it doesn’t really make a difference for 23 percent of the people who voted in the poll.

Does Samsung's decision to stop offering a White color option irk you?
  • No. I don't really care for it. 21%, 769 votes
    769 votes 21%
    769 votes - 21% of all votes
  • No. I don't really care for it. 21%, 769 votes
    769 votes 21%
    769 votes - 21% of all votes
  • Yes! I like that color very much. 18%, 645 votes
    645 votes 18%
    645 votes - 18% of all votes
  • Yes! I like that color very much. 18%, 645 votes
    645 votes 18%
    645 votes - 18% of all votes
  • Doesn't matter, I'll just pick another color. 12%, 424 votes
    424 votes 12%
    424 votes - 12% of all votes
  • Doesn't matter, I'll just pick another color. 12%, 424 votes
    424 votes 12%
    424 votes - 12% of all votes
Total Votes: 3676
2 January 2017
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