After the issues that Samsung had with the Galaxy Note 7, the company decided to discontinue the device which left them with a pretty big hole in their portfolio. So the company opted to release a couple new colors of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. One of those new colors is the Blue Coral Galaxy S7 Edge. This is one of the colors that Samsung had launched with the Galaxy Note 7, so it was great to see it coming to the Galaxy S7 Edge. All four of the US carriers have been carrying it for a few weeks now, as well as Samsung.com. However, Amazon now has it available for purchase.
It's worth mentioning that this model is not sold by Amazon nor Samsung, but a third-party seller called BREED. So that means that there is no Amazon Prime shipping available, and Amazon's website notes that it'll likely arrive after Christmas. But this is the international model, with the model number G9350. This is a dual SIM model and has 32GB of internal storage. It's priced at $619 right now, which is about $20 more than most of the other colors on Amazon currently. Keep in mind that pricing does tend to fluctuate on Amazon, so it may go up or down.
The G9350 is a GSM device, so it will work on AT&T and T-Mobile without any issues. However, when it comes to CDMA carriers like Verizon and Sprint, users will be out of luck. It will also work well in other countries in Europe and Asia, considering most countries sport GSM bands. As a reminder, the Galaxy S7 Edge sports a curved 5.5-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, powered by Samsung's own Exynos 8890 (remember this isn't a US model, so it doesn't sport the Snapdragon 820), along with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. There's a 12-megapixel camera around the back, which has been called one of the best cameras available on a smartphone today. There's nothing different from this model of the Galaxy S7 Edge, compared to the others, except for the color. You can pick up the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge in Blue Coral by following the link below.