If you were waiting for the arrival of the range Samsung Galaxy S7 pink to Spain, you won’t have to do it anymore. It has just been known that the Orange operator will be the one who markets this device in our country and, therefore, if you want to get hold of it, you can do so. By the way, the phablet is also on sale in the aforementioned tonality.
The new variant of the Samsung Galaxy S7 range has the aforementioned difference pink colour (rose gold), so the hardware is exactly the same and the features of this model with Android Marshmallow just as good as the rest of the terminals. Thus, it is an aesthetic matter, since the Exynos eight-core processor, the QHD screen and the 4 GB of RAM are part of the game -without missing the water protection and the metallic finish-.
If this model of the Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge catches your eye, you will surely wonder about the prices with which it can be obtained. The most interesting are guidance since the publication of the data on the web has not occurred -they are those that the operator offered to date to get these Android devices (as soon as we have the official ones, we will indicate it) -, they are the following: 719 euros free or , if you access the Kangaroo Family rate by paying a fee of 26.75 euros.
WiFi calling on Android
This is the other novelty that Orange has announced apart from the exclusive arrival of the Samsung Galaxy S7 range in pink. Now available for the iPhone, now the step is taken in models with the Google operating system and, when connected to a WiFi network, this option is activated (in the Settings it will be seen that this possibility is automatically present) and, if desired, you can call using the wireless network sat any additional cost. Of course, if you have a rate with bonus minutes, those consumed will be subtracted.
This has the great utility of being able to use the calls instead of where coverage is not good and there is a WiFi network, so the options for use are increased. Of course, savings, nothing at all. By the way, WiFi calls are restricted, for the moment, to Spain.