Samsung may reveal a new 'Glossy Black' variant of its Galaxy S7 Edge smartphone, if some new leaked live images are to be believed.
The rumoured Glossy Black Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge variant featuring 128GB inbuilt storage has been spotted, and leaked in live images by a tipster in China.
To recall, Apple earlier this year introduced the latest iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones in an all-new Jet Black colour. Samsung's move to bring an all-new colour and bump the internal storage may be an attempt to take on the latest iPhones.
To recall, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is already available in Black Onyx colour and the Glossy Black will be just another variant of Black for the smartphone.
The South Korean company recently launched an all-new Blue Coral colour variant for the Galaxy S7 Edge in South Korean. The Blue Coral colour of course became popular with Samsung's "now dead" Galaxy Note 7, which was the first smartphone sporting the colour. Currently, the Galaxy S7 Edge is available in Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, White Pearl, Silver Titanium, and Pink Gold colours.
Samsung, following some explosion incident involving the Galaxy S7 smartphones, had issued a pre-emptive statement claiming that the Galaxy S7 family was safe. Previously, Samsung started sending pop-up messages to Galaxy S7 customers reassuring them that their phones were safe, and that there was no recall for their devices.
Not too long ago, the South Korean giant launched Android 7.0 Galaxy Beta Program for Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. We expect the Android Nougat update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge to roll out soon.