Samsung is also to come out with a pink gold version of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge exclusively for the US customers.
The color option has become quite famous ever since it was introduced by Apple on the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. Even though the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge are the bestselling phones in the market today, the company is keen on retaining the interest. The prices of the two phones recently received a small cut in order to open up space for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which has just been announced.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge are widely regarded as one of the best designs in the smartphone from the South Korean company. The use of metal and glass for much of the device finally lends a premium feel to the phone. The fact that it has been available in a couple of colors has limited its appeal. Samsung has seen firsthand the amount of interest the blue version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which now has a three week waiting period after the initial batches sold out in a jiffy.
The pink gold versions of the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the S7 Edge is expected to be hit amongst female buyers. The availability of the phone is now only limited to the best buy from the company, but it should open up to third-party retailers in the coming weeks. Offering a 5.5 inch display with QHD resolution, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is the larger of the two phones but not by a significant margin. The Samsung Galaxy S7 has a 5.1 inch display as before. Top of the range of specifications are almost found in every regard including the display where the use of super AMOLED and QHD resolution takes the limelight.
The snapdragon 820 processor has the ability to handle updates at least for the next two years, as it is the fastest and most stable processor popularly available from snapdragon. It is supported by 4 GB of RAM while there is internal memory of 32 GB as standard. Since the Samsung Galaxy S6 was criticized for a lack of memory card expansion, Samsung has worked on including the feature back into the Galaxy S series. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in the pink gold version with a two-year contract costs $299 along with monthly fees.
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