Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) already available for purchase in Europe

Samsung has unveiled another color option for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. This new S7 and S7 Edge Pink Gold variant has been announced today in Samsung's home market, which is South Korea.

As you might expect, Samsung has come up with plenty of hyperbole in the press release, describing the "glitter and shimmer as if illuminated from inside their glass surfaces" for the current colors of the phones. Moreover company also said that through their latest color and design they want to deliver the message of "gentleness, soothing, radiance and sophistication".

The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge color palette has now extended to five options: Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium, Black Onyx, White Pearl, and now Pink Gold. According to some of the rumors the resolution of the phone could be 7680 x 4320, however, this is not possible in the case Samsung Galaxy S8. It is compatible with the Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S6 Active and Galaxy Note5. Other Samsung phones, such as the Galaxy Note 5, run on Exynos 7420 SoC with 4 GB of RAM. Although iPhone offers 25 hidden features most users know nothing about, there are features that make the Galaxy S7 outshine the iPhone that include a better camera and a class leading display.

Reportedly, Samsung may launch the mid-range Galaxy C5 in the coming months with a 5.2-inch display, a full metal body and a Snapdragon 617 processor.


A man writes on a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 at the product's launch event in New York August 13, 2015. The supposed list contains a model number that has been assigned to Galaxy Note 6, SM-N930, this number remains unchanged for carried and the region-specific models. The new phones have advanced cameras for high-quality images.

However, with the increase of the camera sensor, we're also expecting the camera module to become bigger than the 12-megapixel module on the Galaxy S7. The powerful processor is juiced with 3,000mAh in Galaxy S7 and 3,600mAh in Galaxy S7 Edge.

Vanessa Coleman