The Samsung Galaxy S4 will soon come in five new color options, coming soon to markets around the world. Samsung announced the array of Galaxy S4 color options alongside the Galaxy S4 mini, Galaxy S4 Active and Galaxy S4 Zoom at an event in London.
Samsung announced a collection of new Samsung Galaxy S4 colors as a footnote at the event, including one new Galaxy S4 color that is available on AT&T.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 launched in black and white in late April and early May on U.S. carriers, and now shoppers may start to see new colors arrive on a variety of carriers.
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Samsung did not go into detail about which carriers these colors will arrive on, but the Red Aurora Galaxy S4 is already available at AT&T for $199 on a two-year contract. AT&T is the exclusive carrier for the Galaxy S4 in Red Aurora. The remaining Galaxy S4 colors include
- Brown Autumn
- Blue Artic
- Purple Mirage
- Pink Twilight
Samsung is known for rolling out new color options for smartphones like the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2, but these usually take a while to arrive. This time around Samsung appears to be boosting sales by offering more color options soon after launch.
There is no announcement about availability or carrier options for the other Samsung Galaxy S4 colors, but odds are good Samsung will roll many of these options out on international carriers before any arrive on those in the U.S.
Users looking for a new Samsung Galaxy S4 color, who can’t wait for Samsung to get around to bringing these Galaxy S4 colors to the U.S. can opt for a white Galaxy S4 and then switch in a Galaxy S4 Flip Cover in a variety of color options including orange, pink and lime.
These new colors offer the same features and specs as the Galaxy S4 that is out now. Samsung announced three new Galaxy S4 models this week as well, including the Galaxy S4 mini, Galaxy S4 Zoom and Galaxy S4 Active. Each of these devices will come in their own set of colors and features.
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