Samsung Galaxy 7 Series Adds A New Pink Gold Color To Its Variants

Posted: Apr 21 2016, 12:47pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Samsung Galaxy 7 series adds a new Pink Gold color to its variants

There is no doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are the most successful phones as of now. They continue to be the best at every niche, especially for those who’d rather prefer to stay away from the iOS platform and be needful of the combination that Samsung’s Android offers.

However with the saturated market, nothing else could be more disappointing and that’s when Samsung took another leap of faith out from Apple’s designing playground towards its flagship device series. The S7 as well as the S7 Edge shall now also be available in new selective Pink Gold color in addition to its four color variants already.

The news came from its official website where not only the news for the variant is revealed but its inspirational idea is also shared. They say that Pink Gold, just like its various other colors has been chosen because its offers a great comforting feeling in addition to the illuminated shining glittery surfaces of reflective glass.

It seems though that the Samsung designers are very much pacified with the visuals and complexities of the Pink Gold color and this variant has nothing to do with the most popular Rose Gold variant given out in Apple’s iPhone 6S or 6S Plus.

Well, whatever the case, no one can deny the fact that it does look stunning and no one would want not to buy it whether it is ‘soothing’ or not. The device variant is already available in the Korean market from today though it shall soon be available in other global markets too.

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