Different color smartphones are becoming more and more popular these days, especially when you consider they’re just as much a fashion statement as they are a gadget we all use daily. This was clear with the iPhone 5s in Gold selling out everywhere, and now others are doing the same.
We’ve seen multiple different smartphones arrive with a gold color option lately, including the HTC One, and now Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 flagship and large smartphone has three new color options. If you wanted that phablet with some gold-colored trim, Samsung now has you covered. This week the company announced three new colors for the Note 3. Offering the 5.7-inch device in a flashy Merlot Red, and both the white and black models in Rose Gold.
Adding to the current options of just white or black with the faux-leather design on the back, the Note 3 now can have a bright and flashy red option. Shown above is the family of colors. Instead of offering an all gold option, which may be coming, Samsung opted to add a rose gold trim to both the white and black models already available.
On top of offering white, black, and pink, we now have the three mentioned above to keep the device flashy and different from the others. However, many will still opt for a case, especially to protect that large screen, but if not, that black rose gold option looks pretty fashionable.
Now users can match with the Rose Gold Galaxy Gear, that is, if you’ve made the $299 purchase for the connected smartwatch from Samsung. These new colors will compliment the same device we already know and love, and nothing will be changing. That means a 5.7-inch 1080p HD display, quad-core processor and 3GB of RAM, and all the other specs we love about the Galaxy Note 3.
Samsung states the new colors will hit China and other regions the first week of December, and others will launch in time according to each market’s preferences.
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