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Galaxy S7 Edge: Samsung gets sleek with limited edition Black Pearl

16 Feb 17

Samsung has unveiled the latest addition to the Galaxy S7 Edge range, a limited edition Black Pearl finish. 

The sleek black finish blankets the entire device, edges and all, and is designed to be modern and striking, Samsung says. 

“The result is a stylish all-black aesthetic that capture the essence of the colour in its purest form,” the electronics giant says.
 
The new variant is available exclusively in a 128GB memory configuration. The device will be bundled with a 256GB SD card as a limited offer until April.
 
“Created for today's consumer lifestyle, the Galaxy S7 edge leads the industry with a unique mobile experience that features an enhanced design, higher quality camera, streamlined software functionality and unparalleled connectivity to the Galaxy ecosystem,” Samsung adds.
 
The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is available in Black Pearl for a cool $1,599.00 at Spark, 2 Degrees, Samsung’s online store and selected retailers.

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