Samsung Electronics has released the new Black Pearl Galaxy S7 edge, following the Blue Coral and Pink Gold editions released in 2016. The sleek black finish blankets the entire device – edges and all – and adds depth to its glass design. The result is a stylish all-black aesthetic that captures the essence of the colour in its purest form.
The glossy new colourway, which radiates quality and luxury, will be exclusive to 128GB versions of the device. The new Black Pearl Galaxy S7 edge will be available in South Africa from February 2017, at a retail price of R15 999.
“Black Pearl gives consumers yet another way to match their smartphone to their personal style. Samsung offers customers more variety by providing them with a flagship smartphone in a colour that enhances the overall look of the device,” says Craige Fleischer, Director of Integrated Mobility at Samsung Electronics South Africa.
Created to take smartphones beyond advanced technology and into the realms of next generation art, the Galaxy S7 edge integrate leading edge mobile computing with uncompromising, refined design that includes these various sophisticated colour options.
In addition to Black Pearl and the other aforementioned editions, the Galaxy S7 edge is also available in Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium, Pink Gold and Blue Coral.
Featuring a sleek design and ergonomic curves, the Galaxy S7 range has been designed to take the user experience to the next level. Features include a Dual Pixel camera that delivers brighter and sharper images, even in low light, powerful performance, fast wireless charging, as well as water and dust resistance.
The device is available in a 128GB storage option with a microSD card slot of 256GB, allowing consumers to hold on to all their media files.
“Samsung is completely changing how consumers capture and share experiences by breaking the boundaries of what a smartphone can do. At the same time, we are altering the look that is expected from a traditional smartphone.”
“In this way, Samsung is offering design aesthetics coupled with technology that presents new possibilities to people in how they live, work, explore and create,” concludes Fleischer.