Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge users started seeing the pink gold color variant months ago, but now it is the turn for the flat screen Galaxy S7 to get an even better treat.
According to reports coming from South Korea, the standard Samsung Galaxy S7 is now donning the pink color variant. Unlike the pink gold color that already appears on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge phones, the former will be getting a straight pink version. In addition to being limited to South Korea, at least for now, the pink Galaxy S7 will only be available in 32GB storage option.
It is unlikely that Samsung will be shipping this unit of the S7 to other parts of the world. But who knows, the demand for this limited edition might be a huge factor in the overall decision. Given that Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is no more, Samsung could be resolving to the idea of playing around with color variants of its S7 models up until the Galaxy S8 is ready.
Just recently, the blue coral Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge was released to the world. Initially, this color was meant to be exclusive to the Galaxy Note 7, but it has now made its way to the Edge model, which looks a lot like the Note 7 – apart from a few things here and there. The tech giant has also made some changes to the software of the two Galaxy S7 phones, bringing over the Note 7 UX. The two phones are also in line to receive Android Nougat before the year concludes, but the beta version is already available.
Keep in mind that the new pink color has nothing to do with Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and it keeps the same price as the other color variants of the standard S7. In addition, Samsung has not mentioned a thing with respect to whether this color variant will be availed in other markets other than South Korea.