By Anton D. Nagy | November 25, 2011 4:00 AM
Samsung introduced the pink version of the popular Galaxy S II smartphone on November 10 and, as we were kind of used to by now, we believed it was a Korean-market exclusive via SK Telecom. The phone is now available in Sweden via Three.
This is not so much about the fact that one particular phone in a candy color is available in Sweden but, for the bigger picture, that Samsung brought this phone to Europe, breaking the bounds of its home market. Manufacturers often tend to release special models for their own markets — and it’s pretty understandable — but it’s good to see that Samsung is starting to think global for special variants. Anyways, if you’re in Sweden and want the pink-phone, grab it for free on contract from Three.