Friday 9 December 2016

Samsung To Release Its Galaxy S7 Black Pearl Edition

Galaxy S7

Samsung has added another colour variation to its Galaxy S7 Edge range.

Dubbed Black Pearl, the high-gloss polished finish joins the existing Blue Coral, Pink Gold, White Pearl, Black Onyx, Gold Platinum and Silver Titanium colour options.

To get your hands on the new colour, you will have to buy the more expensive 128GB version of the phone.

If that sounds familiar – that's probably because Apple has brought the exact same conditions to its own glossy black colour option, Jet Black.

Apple iPhone 7 in Jet Black is only available in the more expensive 128GB and 256GB storage configurations.

This scratch-prone new finish has proved to be immensely popular with customers, with stock levels low since the iPhone 7 announcement back in September.

It appears the standard Samsung Galaxy S7 will not get the Black Pearl treatment.

Not all of the colour options for the S7 Edge will be available in every market.

In fact, Samsung has not revealed which "select markets" will stock the Black Pearl colour.

According to the South Korean firm, "the glossy new colorway, which radiates quality and luxury, will be exclusive to 128GB versions of the device and debut in select markets on December 9."

The news comes as more details emerged about the Samsung Galaxy S8.

It will have been a full two years since the Samsung flagship underwent a facelift, with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge being more of a subtle refinement of the design debuted with the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

And with Apple rumoured to be planning a radical new look for its tenth anniversary iPhone in 2017, it make senses that Samsung wants to unveil something spectacular.

According to sources within Samsung, the company's next-generation flagship phone will push the boundaries of design with its "all-display" look.

Samsung is expected to ditch the bezel around the display – extending the screen to the very edge of the chassis.

The glass will curve around the edge of the phone like the Galaxy S7 Edge before it, sources told BloomBerg.

The new design is rumoured to give the phone the appearance of being "all-display".

In terms of display size, the South Korean firm is expected to reprise the 5.1-inch and 5.5-inch variations seen on this year's S7 and S7 Edge.



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