Samsung Galaxy S7 edge now in delicious Black Pearl with 128GB storage

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Samsung has introduced yet another colour option to its flagship Galaxy S7 edge – mysterious Black Pearl. Not only does it look enthralling, Samsung has taken the liberty to give the black beauty 128GB of storage. The Black Pearl version will go on sale in Malaysia starting today, 12 January 2017.

Samsung did good with this one, building upon the equally impressive Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. One of the best smartphones you can buy in 2016 (and now 2017), the Galaxy S7 edge has really held its own since it was launched last year. The new colour follows the popular Blue Coral and Pink Gold editions introduced earlier.

Read the hands-on of the Galaxy S7 edge here.

This variant is reminiscent of the Injustice Edition and Olympic Games editions, and in my opinion, the best-looking to date.

Coupled with the sleek, dual-curve, all-metal design, the Galaxy S7 edge Black Pearl packs a whopping 128GB of internal memory. That’s plenty for most of us (yes you can toss the memory card away). However, if in any case you need an upgrade, you can still do so via microSD (up to an additional 256GB).

As you know, the Galaxy S7 edge boasts IP68 dust- and water-resistance, an incredible Dual Pixel sensor 16MP rear camera with superfast f/1.7 aperture and a blazing Exynos 8890 octa-core chip. Amongst other great things, that is.

If you need a reason to buy the Galaxy S7 edge, I give you 7 reasons.

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Pricing and availability

The 128GB Galaxy S7 edge is available starting today, 12 January at a price of MYR3,399 at participating Samsung Experience Stores.

Other Black Pearl colour and variants are also available. The 32GB variant comes in Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium, Pink Gold and latest Blue Coral, at MYR3,099.

Learn more about the Galaxy S7 edge here:


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