Samsung cooks up new color options for the Galaxy Note 3

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The Galaxy Note 3 may be no Moto X, but Samsung still provides its users with plenty of options to help customize the Android’s look. Besides a whole rainbow of colors available for official cases, the phone itself is offered in three different shades: white, black, and pink. Between all the possible combinations of phones and cases, that’s a lot of choices to consider. Now we get word that even more variety is on the way, with Samsung revealing a pair of new Note 3 color options.

First up, we have rose gold, which looks a lot like the existing white Note 3, but with a bunch of new gold accents. You’ll see those on the phone’s rear logo, all the trim pieces, and all along the handset’s edge.

If that existing pink choice just wasn’t bold enough for you, you’ll definitely want to check out the new bold red Note 3. Like the pink before it, this is all-around color, even reaching the phone’s face (which all too often goes overlooked when introducing new colors).

While this all looks very official, showing up on Samsung’s site for Argentina, we’re not sure just yet about how the new colors might arrive. We’ve heard that the red Note 3 may go up for sale in early January, with the rose gold model following a couple weeks later. Eventually both should be available in most markets, though there may be some periods of exclusivity during that roll-out that may mean some nations/carriers see the phones before others.

Source: Samsung Argentina
Via: GSM Arena

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