Only a week left for Samsung Unpacked event to show off its new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge hardware in Barcelona on February 21st. But what we got here are the collection of colors which both the Galaxy S7 variants are expected to come and we mean are been leaked in different options. Renders of Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge have already been leaked into wild and today another set of renders have surfaced online showing us the main color variants of the yet-unannounced smartphones and available in.
No wasting time! The Galaxy S7 renders suggests that it will be available in Black and Gold versions and the Galaxy S7 Edge in Silver, Black and Gold. Colors will be widely available through Samsung and with no changes made in actual design.
Although the weeks leading up to the launch of Samsung Galaxy S7 and Edge have been met with an outright torrent of leaks and now with the variety of colors leaked will the two devices will initially be sold in.
First and foremost, Samsung will at least, only release the Galaxy S7 in Black and Gold variants, which could very well be a result of the fact that the Galaxy S6 Edge proved more popular than the standard model, something that may be expected to hold true this year as well for customers facing a choice between it and the Edge option. Secondary, the back of the device more visible with the Gold variant is clearly curved along the edges, similar to what was gained with the Galaxy Note 5, has been tipped and suggested based on numerous leaks in recent weeks.
Pre-orders for both the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are expected to go live the very sma day on 21st Febrauary with shipments likely to begin by March 11 in launch markets. Specifications-wise, the S7 Edge does indeed look to be significantly taller than the S7. With 5.5-inch QHD sAMOLED dsiplay whereas the standard competes with by offering a 5-inch panel.
The Edge variant of Galaxy S7 to have a Black and Gold, additionally addas to the list is a Silver (Platinum) model to the collection. The back side appears to be curved, just as with the S7 and the Note 5. In both the Silver and Gold pictures, the button is large and slightly misshapen. Assuming these colors are the only options when the two new Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are released, and still there isn’t a White variant tickling. For that matter, there’s no Rose Gold option either, a color that may have admitted Samsung will embrace following Apple’s usage with last year’s iPhone 6s. The Pink shade was even seen on the recently released Galaxy A 2016 series.
What about the Blue Topaz and Green Emerald variants? With respect to the Galaxy S7 in particular, given the smaller size and apparently more limited color pallets to choose from, it would certainly be interesting to see how carriers, retailers, and other mechants will go about setting the device.
Stay tuned to TechGiri for all the latest news on the newest Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones from the Mobile Word Congress in Spain.
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