Last year, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 2 which has proven to be one of its most popular handsets during the last couple of years. The device is a follow-up to the original Galaxy Note, which quickly became a hit thanks to its versatility provided by its 5.3 inch screen and S-Pen stylus functionality.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 utilises the same large screen format as its predecessor, but brings a number of more advanced features to the table. These include a larger screen at 5.5 inches, further functionality from its S-Pen stylus, more than double the processing power and of course more up to date software, in the form of the Android OS and Samsung TouchWiz UI. The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was originally launched in marble white and titanium grey colour options, but it appears that we can expect two new variants to hit the market shortly.
Amber brown and ruby wine variants of the handset will shortly be launched in South Korea, homeland of its manufacturer. However, GSM Arena reports that it is more than likely that a number of other countries will also see the release of these variants, given the popularity of the device. It hardly comes as a surprise that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been released in further colour options, as a number of other notable Samsung handsets have received the same treatment. Of course, this includes the best selling Galaxy S3, which has been launched in a number of colour variants since it first hit the market in 2012 in its original marble white and pebble blue variants. Visit us at PhonesLimited to compare popular deals on Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Contracts, and view the best prices for the Samsung Galaxy S3.
While no information has officially been announced regarding which countries we can expect to see the new options launched in, it is more than likely that a number of notable European and Asian markets, and of course the US and UK will see the launch of the devices before long.
As soon as more information has been released, we will be sure to keep you updated about the availability of the new colour options of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.