While readying new color versions for the Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III Mini (which are both running Android Jelly Bean), Samsung is also preparing special editions for some of its slightly older smartphones: Galaxy S III, Galaxy S Duos, Galaxy Ace 2, and Galaxy Ace Duos.
Apparently, these four models will get La Fleur editions starting January. In case you don’t know yet, La Fleur is Samsung’s collection of handsets that are blessed with floral motifs on their back and front cases.
SamMobile reports that the La Fleur editions of the Galaxy S III, Galaxy S Duos, Galaxy Ace 2, and Galaxy Ace Duos will be available in “most countries.” You can see what they look like in the image below. Sadly, exact launch details aren’t available, and neither is info on pricing.
The Samsung Galaxy S III (sold in more than 30 million units world-wide) can be already bought in six different colors, so the La Fleur edition will become its seventh iteration.
A Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 La Fleur edition was supposed to be in the making, too, but SamMobile says that Samsung decided to cancel it.
In the past, the South Korean company released La Fleur editions for smartphones like the original Galaxy Ace, or the Bada-based Wave Y.
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