Now, Samsung U.S. has also disclosed details in the same tune, saying the handset will possibly become available at all the major carriers in the country — AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon. While the color is new for the S7 Edge, this isn’t the first time we have seen Samsung use this color pallet.
For those who wanted to stand out a bit the blue coral Note 7 was certainly enticing, with its amazingly flashy blue body being accented by light pink metal trim that looked like no other phone on the market. The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge stands to be just stunning in the color, even set next to the gold and silver options.
Though people with a Galaxy S7 edge are not going to be swapping out their current phone for the new color, at the very least the blue color opt will help it stand out a bit on store shelves for holiday phone buyers. Together with the pricing incentives in the final quarter of the year, Samsung now hoping that the Galaxy S7 edge (in all colors) will pick up some of the sales slack created by the Note 7’s recall.
There’s no release specifics, but Samsung says the new color opt will be available in the selected markets around the world, if you want to pretend you still own a Note 7. Or really like the Coral Blue.