Update: Official images of the Blue Coral Samsung Galaxy S7 edge are now available via SamMobile, and you can check them out in the slideshow above.
Moving on from the fiasco that stemmed from the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung is pushing the two previous flagships it has in store — Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. To do just that, it's rehashing one of the most popular color options of the phablet and bringing a Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge to the table on Nov. 5.
Before anyone gets too excited, it should be pointed out that the big news comes from Samsung Singapore, and the release date it disclosed doesn't necessarily mean it'll become available in the United States on the same day.
"Samsung today also announced the retail availability of the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge 4G+ in Blue Coral, adding a stunning color variant to this sleek and stylish device. Currently available in Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium and Pink Gold, the new color variant of the Galaxy S7 edge 4G+ features a refined design coupled with powerful functionality while encased in a cool blue hue," Samsung Singapore says, introducing it along with the new 10.1-inch 2016 Galaxy Tab A with S Pen in the region.
Interestingly enough, there were no images included and no mention of the Galaxy S7, so there's more or less a chance that the Blue Coral is limited to the Galaxy S7 edge only.
At any rate, this confirms that the smartphone maker is working on rolling out a Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge, and that's good news for fans of the color option.
It's also worth mentioning that this comes hot on the heels of when a leaked image of the Galaxy S7 edge's rear shell in Blue Coral surfaced earlier this month. At the time, it was believed that Verizon would be the first to offer — or at least, announce — it, as the Big Red's logo was found on the back of the casing in plain view.
Nevertheless, that leak confirms that the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge will indeed land on U.S. shores in the foreseeable future.
To boil things down, the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge is set to launch on Nov. 5 in Singapore, but it's still unclear when it'll arrive in the United States and whether or not the color option will be available for the Galaxy S7 too.
With all said and done, what do you think of the upcoming color option? Feel free to hit us up in the comments section below and let us know.