Just like we told you not long ago, early next year Samsung should launch its its Galaxy Note II in more color versions. Two of them have been spotted yesterday: red and brown (their official names are Ruby Wine and Amber Brown, respectively). These showed up only a few days after we’ve seen what seems to be a black edition of the phablet.
The Note II in red and brown have appeared in a magazine from Korea, which probably means the two versions will be released there pretty soon. It remains to be seen if they’ll make it to other regions – like the US, where the Note II is offered by all major mobile carriers.
Most Galaxy Note II units around the world – available only in white and grey – are currently running Android 4.1.2 (there are still some that have not been upgraded from Android 4.1.1 – but they will be, soon).
The Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet should be also available in red starting next year.
Speaking of next year, Samsung could launch at lest three new Galaxy Note devices throughout it: Galaxy Note III (with a 6.3 inch 1080p display), the GT-N5100 (with a 7.7 inch display), and a giant 13.3 inch model.
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