Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge coming to T-Mobile on November 18

AT&T was the first carrier in the United States to confirm the launch of the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge, but it won't be the only one to offer the smartphone. Samsung announced this special color will be available worldwide, though the South Korean company will most likely roll out the phone in waves.

Along with AT&T, which stated the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge will ship between November 16 and 18, T-Mobile is expected to release the phone as well.

Previous rumors suggested the Magenta carrier is readying the phone and will announce details about its availability very soon. Well, there's no need for that anymore since an internal document that confirms the release date of the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge at T-Mobile has just leaked out.

It appears that T-Mobile will make the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge available beginning November 18. Sadly, there's no mention of pricing options, but we doubt it will be different than the other two colors T-Mobile sells: Silver Titanium and Gold Platinum.

This means that T-Mobile could start selling the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 edge next week for $789.99, slightly lower than AT&T that has the phone up for grab for $794.99.

Obviously, customers will be able to get the Blue Coral version of the Galaxy S7 edge for just $69.99 down and $30 monthly payments for 24 months.

We're just waiting for the official announcement now since there's less than a week left until the leaked launch date, so stay tuned.

source: TmoNews

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Galaxy S7 edge
  • Display 5.5" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 5 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Quad-core, 2200 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3600 mAh(36h 3G talk time)



1. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

The Blue Coral color is a hit! Nice to see it on the S7 Edge too, as it could indeed boost some sales.

2. phldlphn unregistered

PA, could you please edit Cosmin V.'s articles? Or at least scold him and get him to edit them himself? Every single article has multiple mistakes. There is no reason a non-native English speaker should be writing for an English publication when I know your inbox for applications is probably filled with capable writers, including myself, who will not make the same rudimentary mistakes. On top of the obvious errors, there is so much speculation in all of his articles that it's more opinion than news in most cases. His source for his Dell phablet article is a picture that Evan Blass posted on Twitter, a picture. That entire article is conjecture.

3. aegislash

Posts: 1518; Member since: Jan 27, 2015

So instead of praising a non-native English speaking person for at least attempting to speak/learn a language that isn't native to them, you'd rather scold them and say they basically don't deserve their job because there are plenty of people whom have English as a first language that they could hire? You kind of sound like an a** tbh.

5. phldlphn unregistered

Why would I praise someone for doing their job poorly? The fact that you can tell he's a non-native English speaker through his writing speaks loud enough. This is a job, he gets paid for it, and he's doing an objectively poor job. We had higher standards at my weekly college newspaper where I was a copy editor, staff writer, and editor. I don't care if I sound like an ass when I know myself and countless others are more deserving of a certain position.

4. aljololzz

Posts: 85; Member since: Nov 07, 2016

nice color

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