Samsung To Release A Jet Black Galaxy S7 In Early December

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galaxy-s7-jet-blackSamsung plans to launch a glossy black (Jet Black) version of its Galaxy S7 smartphone early next month, according to The Korea Herald. The new color reportedly would help Samsung compete with the popular Jet Black and Mate Black variants of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The new color could also grow the additional sales of Galaxy S7 to help fill the gap left by Note 7, which as will be recalled, had to be withdrawn from the market due to serious security problems with its batteries. A few days ago we saw how the Galaxy S7 edge was officially presented in coral blue color, seems perfect for this Christmas campaign.

There is no doubt that the benchmark and rival to beat in the production of mobile phones is Apple. With the iPhone 7 things remain the same, Apple introduced the Jet Black model, which despite its conservation problems is already one of the most desired models. Samsung follows the pace, and would present a Galaxy S7 Jet Black.

Now the South Korean company seems to want to add to the fashion initiated by Apple with the bright black color, and in the next few days we could see how a Galaxy S7 is announced in this peculiar and popular color. Of course, at the moment the news is not official, and would not happen in any case until the first days of December.

Unfortunately, once we have confirmed that this version will be announced in the next few days, it remains to be resolved whether this Galaxy S7 in bright black color will reach all markets or will stay, as is often the case in Korea from the south.

Apple at the moment continues selling the different versions of the iPhone 7 in bright black at a speed of vertigo and although the company of Cupertino has ensured that it can end up deteriorating due to the way the device was made, this Has imported very little to the users who have been enormously seduced by the color of the new iPhone.

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