A new color variant of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is all set for release. But as per latest confirmations, it seems like the 2016 Samsung flagship smartphone in Blue Coral color is coming only to select Asian countries.
A fresh report from tech site SoyaCincau revealed that the Blue Coral S7 Edge is already on sale in Malaysia. The new edition has been spotted at the Samsung Store as well as The Garden, one of the largest shopping malls in the country.
Aside from Malaysia, the release of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 4G+ in Blue Coral has only been confirmed in Taiwan and Singapore. The Taiwanese market will get the smartphone earlier, having a November 1 release in the country. A few days after, tech enthusiasts in Singapore will finally be able to get their hands on with the blue-painted handset. Samsung’s official Singapore website shared the following.
“The Galaxy S7 edge 4G+ in Blue Coral will be available from 5 November 2016 with a built-in memory of 32GB at a recommended retail price of at $1,098.”
There’s no news yet if the new version of the Galaxy S7 Edge will get a Western release. But despite reports of its limited release, there is still a bit of hope that customers in the U.S. will be able to get it. If the previous leaks are to be considered, the new color variant of the 2016 flagship may also be available in North America via Verizon Wireless.