Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Shown in New Color Option
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2, which has arrived in three new colors since launch and was recently shown in a new unreleased color, has once again popped up in a new color option, this time a Pink Martian variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE, which has appeared on Samsung’s website without any fanfare.
At launch, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was available in two colors, white and gray. However, in the months since the device arrived, Samsung has opted to release several new colors including Amber Brown, and Ruby Wine and Martian Pink. Those colors have only made it to select markets and carriers. Samsung has also been shown to have another color on the way, a Topaz Blue, though it’s unclear when the company might release it.
Today, another new color option has emerged in the form of another Martian Pink variant for Samsung’s popular phablet. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 LTE has been shown in a Martian Pink color on Samsung’s Hong Kong website, courtesy of UnwiredView, and it shows a device that is colored in a similar manner to the previous Martian Pink devices that launched.
However, the last pink Galaxy Note 2′s were HSPA+ in nature and they only emerged for carriers in Korea. What this means it that this pink color variant could not only make it to Hong Kong, but it could also make it to other markets where the LTE version of the Galaxy Note 2 is available, including the United States.
Thus far, the U.S. has only seen two color options arrive, the gray and the blue. Samsung has, for whatever reason, not brought new color options to those looking at buying the 5.5-inch phablet in the U.S. That could change with the emergence of this new LTE-powered pink Galaxy Note 2, or it could not. Samsung hasn’t said either way.
Should this variant arrive in the U.S. and elsewhere, it will be the same Galaxy Note 2 that arrived in the latter part of last year on carriers around the world.
That means that it features a 5.5-inch HD display, quad-core processor, 8MP camera, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and of course, the device’s unique S-Pen stylus that takes advantage of a number of applications including S-Note.