It looks like two of Samsung’s latest Android handsets – the Galaxy Note II and the Galaxy S III Mini – are going to be available in new color versions soon.
According to SamMobile, the Note II (which can be currently bought only in Titanium grey or Marble white) will be available in Amber brown, Topaz blue and Ruby wine – sometime next year. Already sold in more than 3 million units, the Note II will certainly continue to be a top choice among consumers who like giant smartphones, especially after the new colors arrive.
As for the Galaxy S III Mini, this should be released in Onyx black, Titan gray and Garnet red – starting December, or early 2013. At the moment, the S III Mini is offered in white and blue.
Reportedly, all the new colors of the Note II and S III Mini will be showcased by Samsung at MWC 2013 in February. Sure enough, we’ll be more interested in other products that the South Korean company might unveil then, like the Galaxy S 4.
It’s not the first time when Samsung decides its handsets need more hues. Earlier this year, it did the same with the Galaxy S III – initially, this was released only in white and blue, but it’s now available in a total of six color versions (the new ones being Amber brown, Garnet red, Sapphire black, and Titanium grey).
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