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3 new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 color options available today

At the start of the year we reported that Samsung could possibly release a couple of new colors for the Galaxy Note 2 because at that time it was mere speculation. However, this rumor has now become a reality because there are now 3 new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 color options, which are available as of today. These new colors are amber brown, hotrod red, and finally ruby wine.

For now these new color options are only available for the Korean market, but if these new colors prove popular then it is more than likely to be offered up in the US, UK and other countries. Having more choice is certainly one way to increase sales, and yet another sign that iPhone users are hard done by with their limited choice of two color options, black and white, unless you wish to pay Colorware an extortionate amount of money for the privilege.

The three new colors for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 will apply to the front and rear and also the S-pen as well, which you can see in the image above thanks to Samsung. You have to hand it to that company because they look as though they are using the looks of a young lady to help promote these new hues.

The Galaxy Note 2 range was noted by some to have a cheap finish and some consumers may say that these new colors makes the smartphone look even cheaper, but we’re not one of them. Samsung are on top of their game right now and know that in order to keep their devices popular then they need to innovate, but also give consumers a choice in those products as well.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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