While the white color version for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge is exclusive to EE in the UK (and pre-orders have just started), it turns out that the silver hue for the Korean company's flagships is exclusive to Carphone Warehouse.
However, if you're a fan of the silver S7 or S7 edge you don't need to wait any more before you purchase either device. They're already available at Carphone Warehouse.
If you opt for a Pay Monthly arrangement, the recommended deal for the S7 has it costing £59 upfront with a £36 per month plan. This nets you 10GB of data and unlimited minutes and texts on the Vodafone network, but the deal ends next Wednesday.
For the Galaxy S7 edge, you pay £129 upfront, and get the exact same contract - once again only until Wednesday. Note though that these are merely the best value for money plans according to Carphone Warehouse, but you can choose from many more if you go through the whole list.
SIM-free, the S7 costs £549 and the S7 edge is priced at £639.
FYI, All 3 colors except the while are being sold here in Australia. Both looked great (silver was unique and black was nice to see after a long time). But i went with the black S7 only because the silver was too glossy and may easily over power the ...
Well said 100% agree
lol, the topic is about the an extra color option that is released late (annoying for sure). But look at those pathetic fanboys going at the phone with no reasoning (thats even more annoying)....