Samsung S7 Edge Blue Coral Variant Released, Is It Available On US?

The Blue Coral color was first seen in the defunct Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and since the phablet is gone, the South Korean company is carrying the color option over to its current flagship, the S7 Edge.

S7 Edge In Blue Coral Color

Samsung Singapore confirmed that the Blue Coral model will be available starting on Nov. 5 and it will come with 32GB of storage.

"Samsung today also announced the retail availability of the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge 4G+ in Blue Coral, adding a stunning color variant to this sleek and stylish device. Currently available in Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium and Pink Gold, the new color variant of the Galaxy S7 edge 4G+ features a refined design coupled with powerful functionality while encased in a cool blue hue," said Samsung Singapore on releasing the device alongside the new 10.1 Tab A with S-Pen that will be available in the area.

U.S. Availability Of The Device

Samsung has no words yet on when will the handset be available in U.S. though there was a previous photo leak showing a Verizon logo. This could mean that the Galaxy S7 Edge Blue Coral variant will eventually be available in the States later on.

The device will cost like a regular Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, which costs around $700 to $800. It is also not sure if the S7 variant will receive such treatment, too, since there is still no official announcement coming from the South Korean tech giant if the device will come also flaunting the Blue Coral finish.

Galaxy S7 And S7 Edge Security Patch

Just a few days ago, Samsung released a security patch update for its two remaining flagship device - the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, to blotch security holes in the Android operating system.

The update covers 68 vulnerabilities in Android and is available for both international variants of both Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. The update carries a firmware version named XXS1BPJ1 and available through OTA update.

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