We recently reported of the four colors that Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to sport come August 2 when it is officially launched and released in some markets, however, newer reports suggest that a Gold color variant might not be in the mix.
In essence, there is quite a lot that has already been spilled when it comes to the Galaxy Note 7. Even though most of these leaked photos regarding the design of the handset have been a little blurry, clearer images have begun emerging as the phone’s release date also draws closer.
Apparently, Samsung will avail the Galaxy Note 7 in three color variants that include Black Onyx, Coral Blue, and Silver Titanium. While the latter color is yet to surface, we now have clearer photos of the two other color variants namely Coral Blue and Black Onyx.
As it seems, Samsung has made a slight change to its approach to the Black Onyx variant. Unlike before, the metal frame is also covered in the same color, something that gives this Galaxy Note 7 an elegant look. Another highly understated color yet it has some real elegance in it is the new Coral Blue. It comes in between the traditional black and silver options and for sure, from the look of things, it is going to be a worthy alternative to the two.
Coming from the notorious Evan Blass, the new Coral Blue color variant of the Galaxy Note 7 doesn’t leave behind the S Pen stylus either, something that adds to the style the handset already brings to the fold. Another thing that @evleaks confirms through this latest leak is the design of the phone’s screen. Just like previous leaks have shown, the new Galaxy Note 7 will come with a curved dual-edge display panel like the Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+ and the smaller Galaxy S6 Edge.
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 7 at an Unpacked event in New York City this coming August 2, with the device poised to go on sale on the same date, but only in the launch markets.
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