Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge, one of the best smartphones of the year, is now on sale in the US, Japan, and Germany, making it the world’s most popular smartphone, according to the company.
The smartphone is available in three colors: blue, gold, and black, with the fourth color, a red, coming in August.
The Galaxy S8 and S8+ also arrive in August, but they don’t have the same color as the S7 or S7 edge.
But this isn’t the first time that Samsung has made a bold statement in the smartphone space with a color change.
Samsung has always had a love-hate relationship with colors.
The company has made its flagships and flagship phones in gold and white, but it also has a long history of making premium phones in red and black.
It’s been making premium smartphones in red since at least 2013, and it’s gotten better since then, with a red version of the Galaxy S6 Plus and the Galaxy Note 8, and the S8, the S9, and now the Galaxy A9.
So when it comes to color, Samsung has been a consistent and loyal champion of colors, and when it looks at its competitors, it has a clear advantage.
That’s the way it is, and that’s the kind of leadership that Samsung needs.
Samsung’s decision to switch to the red color seems like a bit of a bold move, especially since it’s not the first smartphone to do so.
The first smartphone ever to do this was the HTC 10.
It was a solid red phone that was a step up from its predecessor, the HTC 8X, which had a blue color scheme and a gold color scheme.
But the difference between the two phones was huge: the 10 had a lot more space and battery, and HTC’s phones had more screen real estate.
The 8X had less screen realestate than the 10 and a bit more bulk, but its battery was a bit better.
The HTC 10 also had a red screen and was a little smaller, which made it more comfortable to hold, and was more comfortable for photography.
It also came with a fingerprint sensor, so that was nice, but the screen realignment wasn’t quite there yet.
It still was the best option at the time, but that didn’t make it the best smartphone, either.
That led to the HTC One, which switched to the same colors as the One and the One Max.
The One had a smaller screen, a bigger battery, a slightly more powerful processor, and a red display.
The only real downside to that phone was that it didn’t have a fingerprint scanner, but HTC did offer a phone with a removable fingerprint sensor for $149.
HTC’s Red phones also had more space, more screen area, and more battery, but still didn’t offer the same level of performance as the more expensive Galaxy A8 or A9 flagships.
And they were also less comfortable to use, because the Red phones had to be held slightly closer to the body, so it didn.
The S8 did the same thing, but Samsung’s phones didn’t even come close to offering the same performance as HTC’s flagships, which is why it was the choice for the S10 and the A9 this year.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Samsung Galaxy A6 have a different color scheme, but their batteries are the same size and they use the same processor.
That means that the S90 and S90+ are the only smartphones with two colors, the same battery, the fingerprint sensor.
That said, the Samsung S9 is still one of Samsung’s best phones, and this year’s Galaxy A5 is still a good one, although it has less screen area.
It has a 1080p display, a larger battery, faster processor, better camera, and some nice, rounded corners, but at $500 it’s still not a good phone for a price of $1,100.
The next two phones that Samsung will release are the S70 and the B8.
The B8 is a bit smaller, but also heavier and thicker.
It comes with a 4,300mAh battery, which Samsung says is the same as the B7, but with slightly less screen space.
It ships in August in the UK and Australia, and October in the U.S. There are two versions of the B10, the bigger of which has a 5,800mAh battery and ships in November.
Samsung also has two versions for the B6, the smaller of which ships in December.
The last two phones to ship in November are the B4 and B7.
Both of those phones have 4,800 and 5,600mAh batteries, respectively.
But they also have a smaller, lighter screen and a slightly larger battery.
They also are slightly more expensive than the S95 and S95+ in terms of price, but if you compare