Samsung Gear S2 classic tipped to pick up two new color options

When it comes to giving shoppers a lot of variety in its product designs, Samsung may be no Motorola, but it still manages to offer a fair assortment of color options. It feels like we’re always seeing the manufacturer come out with some new shades for its smartphones, like the two new Galaxy Note 5 options we got a couple months back, and now it may be nearly ready to bring some new variants to its smartwatch lineup, as we hear of two new colors that could be just about to hit the Gear S2 family.

Right now, shoppers have their choice of three Gear S2 looks: there’s the Gear S2 proper in both silver and dark gray, and the Gear S2 classic (with its knurled bezel) in classic black (above).

A new rumor suggests that the Gear S2 classic is finally ready to expand its horizons a little bit, and Samsung could be planning to launch new platinum and rose gold color options.

Unfortunately, we don’t yet have any pics of these new Gear S2 colors just yet, nor much in terms of an ETA – just word that they should be out “soon.” Could Samsung be planning to show them off at an expo like CES or MWC, or will the manufacturer just quietly introduce them to retail? Either way things go, we’ll be looking forward to finally getting a glimpse at the new options for this smartwatch.

Source: Roland Quandt (Twitter)
Via: GSM Arena

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