Samsung shows off 'pink gold' Galaxy S7, S7 Edge

It seems no flagship phone line is complete without some type of pink option.

One company’s rose gold is another’s pink gold. Whatever you call it, a Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge will soon be available in the season’s trendy color scheme.

Samsung announced Wednesday a new “Pink Gold” model will first come to South Korea before it heads to other markets. It didn’t specify if the model would make it to the U.S., though it would make sense given Samsung’s large footprint here.

The option joins Black Onyx, Gold Platinum, White Pearl, and Silver Titanium as the other options. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out our full review of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

The story behind the story: Samsung is often accused of taking, well, inspiration from Apple. This is just another example, though at least Samsung has the guts to call something pink when it's pink. Even some laptops are going pink, so get used to seeing more gadgets embrace this color option.

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