“Samsung as rumored last month has announced the Galaxy S7 edge will be available in a new ‘Black Pearl’ color in select markets starting tomorrow,” Joe Rossignol reports for MacRumors.
“The glossy finish, exclusive to 128GB versions of the smartphone, will inevitably draw comparisons to the Jet Black iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus,” Rossignol reports. “Samsung said the all-black finish ‘radiates quality and luxury.'”
Black Pearl was designed to be modern and striking. The sleek black finish blankets the entire device – edges and all – and adds depth to its glass design. The result is a stylish all-black aesthetic that captures the essence of the color in its purest form. — Samsung
MacDailyNews Take: Does each one come with a fire extinguisher, too?
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MacDailyNews Take: Samsung sure excretes this sort of stuff with regularity!
Samsung said to copy Apple by axing 3.5mm headphone jack – December 6, 2016
Oh-so-innovative Samsung to unveil Jet Black Galaxy S7 next month – November 21, 2016
Now slavish copier Samsung looks to knock off Apple iPhone’s 3D Touch – November 14, 2016
Samsung’s patent application for smartwatch straps includes drawings of the Apple Watch – August 5, 2016
Slavish Apple copier Samsung debuts ‘Captured on Galaxy S7’ ad – June 17, 2016
Beleaguered Samsung to debut knockoff of Apple’s phone upgrade program in South Korea – March 9, 2016
Beleaguered Samsung to attempt to knock off Apple iPhone’s Live Photos – January 14, 2016
Beleaguered Samsung to attempt to knock off Apple iPhone’s 3D Touch – December 14, 2015
Slavish Apple copier Samsung announces rose gold Galaxy Note 5 – October 15, 2015
Samsung can’t seem to stop mimicking Apple – May 4, 2015
Slavish copier Samsung in talks to launch Apple Pay knockoff – December 16, 2014
Samsung returns to mimicking Apple’s iPhone with chamfered metal-edged Galaxy Alpha – August 13, 2014
Samsung’s plastic, 32-bit Galaxy S5 has serious fingerprint sensor problems – May 6, 2014
Samsung’s new ad for Galaxy Gear stupidwatch slavishly copies Apple’s original 2007 iPhone ad (with video) – October 7, 2013
Samsung announces plastic Galaxy S4 ‘Gold Edition’ phone – September 25, 2013
Samsung slavishly copies Apple’s iPad mini with Galaxy Tab 3 (with photo) – July 23, 2013
9 ways Samsung has slavishly copied Apple over the years – July 14, 2013
Now Samsung copies Apple product rumors, said to be working on wristwatch device – March 19, 2013
Samsung’s new ‘Wallet’ bears striking resemblance to Apple’s Passbook – February 27, 2013
Korea JoongAng Daily: Samsung must stop slavishly copying Apple – September 3, 2012
South Korea reassesses its great imitator, Samsung – September 2, 2012
Is Samsung copying Apple’s patented earphones? It sure looks like it – September 8, 2012
Samsung mimics Apple product videos in Galaxy S III promo (with video) – August 24, 2012
Now slavish copycat Samsung attempts to knockoff Apple’s retail stores (with video) – August 23, 2012
Samsung: Shameless slavish copiers – August 13, 2012
Now Samsung slavishly copies Apple’s Mac mini – June 1, 2012
Samsung Mobile chief ‘designer’ denies that Samsung’s instinct is to slavishly copy Apple – March 23, 2012
Slavish copier Samsung shamelessly steals Apple’s iPhone 3G design – again – January 3, 2012
Slavish copier Samsung uses girl actress from iPhone 4S ad for Galaxy Tab 8.9 spot (with video) – January 2, 2012
Now Samsung’s slavishly copying Apple’s iPad television ads (with videos) – December 30, 2011
Judge: Can you tell me which is iPad and which is yours? Samsung lawyer: ‘Not at this distance your honor’ – October 14, 2011
Why are Apple’s icons on the wall of Samsung’s store? – September 24, 2011
Apple to Samsung: ‘Blatant copying is wrong’ – April 18, 2011
Apple sues Samsung for attempting to copy look and feel of iPhone, iPad – April 18, 2011
Samsung’s ‘Instinct’ is obviously to make Apple iPhone knockoffs – April 1, 2008
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]
Does it come with a SCOTUS branding? Something along the lines of: Approved and encouraged by the Supreme Court of the US
I wish the swamp that contains the Supreme Court could be drained. Those senile imbeciles probably need help putting on their Depends.
Yep. New tag should be “Copied from Apple, Approved by SCOTUS”
Over and over and over again. Where’s the justice? Certainly not with koh, nor the Supreme Court. Samsung slush fund is alive and well. Flicking dirtbags.
Samsplode has turned slavish copying into a justice blinded, unapologetic and shameless art form.
And yet, Apple has to rip off the competition dual lenses and waterproofing, but Apple fan boys seem to ignore that.
Funny how that works.
The difference is Apple had those things in development way before they came out on Android. SamSplode shamelessly copies nearly immediately.
Funny how you twist things (see peterblood71 comment). The iPhone is BY FAR (yes, BY FAR, real, real far) the best selling device in the medium and high end mobile market. Why should Apple be coping things from devices which sells way way less?
Dual lensed cameras have been around almost since the invention of the camera. What makes Apple’s camera different, is that the dual lens are at different focal lengths. How long do you think it’ll take them to rip off that idea?
Waterproofing a camera is not something the competition invented. It’s been around for decades. There’s nothing unique about it. Do you even know what an original idea is?
People are laughing that as soon as Apple chooses a color, Samsung follows with the exact same color. That’s laughable.
Black Pearl was designed to b-e- -m-o-d-e-r-n- -a-n-d- -s-t-r-i-k-i-n-g- to look just like an iPhone.
They should have called the colour “charcoal”
Their other phones turned black by themselves… Not so glossy though.
This story makes me feel a lot better with the decision I made yesterday. I almost bought a Samsung tv. It was cheaper than lg or Sony. But I resisted. Know I feel so much better. Scumbags.
I think lg might turn out to be a future Samdung. We’ll see how it goes.
I bought a Samsung TV.
It lasted 1 year and 37 days before all these lines started appearing in the screen.
The replacement lasted 7 weeks before it developed the same problem.
It was at this magical moment in time where I discovered, “I don’t actually watch TV. I turn the thing on for the noise.”
So I cut the cord.
Consequently I am indebted to Samsung. After returning the TV for a full refund, they saved me the cost of the TV as well as the monthly cost of cable over the last 3 years.
@thetheloniousmac – how did you manage to return a 1+ year old TV for a full refund? Genuinely curious, because if I can return my Shamscum TV… I will!
If you cannot innovate, you imitate ” “
Anything with ‘Samsung’ and the number ‘7’ in it is a losing proposition.