Samsung will soon introduce two new color options for those looking to buy a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in the near future. Accompanying the current Marble White and Titanium Grey options will be Ruby Wine and Amber Brown. The former will sport a reddish hue that is not unlike a fine red wine, of course, while the brown version is just that — brown.
Both of these options seem to be textured like the Titanium Grey version. It’s an interesting combination that is reminiscent of a tootsie pop, and perhaps it was Samsung’s intention to have these new models remind people of delicious pieces of candy. Hungry thoughts aside, don’t look for much more than a color change here — it’s still a Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
You’ll still be getting that 5.5 inch 720p HD display, 1.6GHz quad-core Exynos processor, 2GB of RAM, 8 megapixel rear camera with 2 megapixel front camera, S Pen, Jelly Bean and more. Google Translate is having quite the tough time deciphering Samsung Tomorrow’s text, but it does mention something about “January 17th” — it’s possible these are available starting today in select markets, but we wouldn’t expect your ordinary carriers to have them right away.
Look for unlocked versions and select carriers in South Korea to offer the device sooner than anyone else, while those of us in Europe, North America and other parts of the world will be subject to carrier-specific plans. Take a look at them above.
[via Samsung Tomorrow]
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