The Samsung Galaxy S4 is about to get more colorful in the U.S. according to a new set of leaks which point to new Samsung Galaxy S4 colors for Sprint and Verizon.
Samsung is well-known for pushing out new color versions of the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2, and it looks like U.S. customers won’t have to wait nearly as long as they did for the colorful Samsung Galaxy S4 models to arrive.
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After launching in May in black mist and white frost, Samsung appears to be on the verge of releasing new Samsung Galaxy S4 colors that users will either love or hate. Not one to offer special edition colors that aren’t bold, leaks show the Samsung Galaxy S4 in brown and point to a purple Samsung Galaxy S4 option.
The Autumn Brown Samsung Galaxy S4 is on the way to Verizon according to evleaks, whop shares a press image of the Galaxy S4 in brown. The image shows typical Verizon branding on a back that appears more black than brown, but if it is anything like the brown Samsung Galaxy S3 on Verizon expect a similar color on the back of the device.
There is no specified brown Galaxy S4 release date, but Verizon could easily add this product to their online catalog at any time. New color options like this are not saved for specific launch events, so we shouldn’t have to wait for the rumored September Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Unpacked event.
Evleaks also claims the Purple Samsung Galaxy S4 is on the way to Sprint. Sprint announced the Amethyst Purple Samsung Galaxy S3 in early April, just weeks before the Samsung Galaxy S4 release. We could see a purple Samsung Galaxy S4 arrive much faster than weeks ahead of a Galaxy S5 release, which would make sense as Samsung looks to keep sales moving.
Samsung waited until October to deliver a brown Galaxy S3 on Verizon, but this time around we could see new Galaxy S4 color options arrive much sooner.
For users that already purchased a Samsung Galaxy S4, it is possible to add a splash of color with the multi-color Samsung Galaxy S4 Flip Cover and S-View Flip Cover cases which come in pink, orange, green and other bright colors.
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