The Note7’s Coral blue offering turned out to be a popular color choice. Unfortunately for many, Samsung had to discontinue sales of the Galaxy Note 7. So, no S-Pen (for now) but that doesn’t mean you can’t have Samsung’s soft-blue-and-tinge-of-orange color combo, as it will come to the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge.
Currently, Samsung plans to release the Coral Blue edition of the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge with 4G+ in both Singapore and Taiwan. This edition will be available starting on November 5 in Singapore and November 1 in Taiwan from what appears to be in a 32GB configuration for now. The smartphone will feature the 4G+ radio for Asian carriers and, of course, the coral blue paint job.
The new handset will be priced at 1090 SGD (about USD 788) in Singapore while in Taiwan, the same device will go for NTD 24,900 (about USD 787).
If we do get a coral blue version for the US, we don’t think it’ll have any updated hardware. It will likely be the same hardware that is on sale now, except for the new color option. In any case, there is still no official word from Samsung as to whether or not we’ll get this color. It wouldn’t be surprising if we didn’t as Asia already gets a pink gold color that isn’t available in the States.