For the people who have been holding out on a Rose Gold smartphone, Samsung is finally bringing you one in the United States. According to @evleaks, Samsung’s Rose Gold Galaxy Note 3 is heading to Verizon.
No word on when this will happen, but I am sure there are many women out there that have been waiting for this.
While the Samsung Galaxy S 4 has quite a few different color variations, the Note 3 was launched primarily in just black and white (with a hard-to-find pink variant out there as well). In January however, Samsung’s flagship phablet will be available in red and White Gold, according to SamMobile’s insider sources.
A special Rose Gold version of the Galaxy Note 3 phablet has been unveiled by Samsung in South Korea. 3 different gold combinations will be available – black, white, and Rose Gold, with each version featuring Rose Gold accents.
While we previously thought that the Samsung Galaxy F and the Galaxy S5 LTE-A were the same device, according to evleaks the Galaxy F is in fact different.
A new image, leaked by evleaks, shows what’s supposed to be the Galaxy F in “glowing gold”, which is a little different from the gold Galaxy F leaked last week.
The Galaxy Grand 2 is going for gold. The device has been spotted on Samsung’s India site where it is donning the color cold. For now, it is listed out of stock; however, that is likely a placeholder as the color addition has not been announced just yet.
It appears that Samsung has trademarked the name “Galaxy Edge,” which we believe will be a variant of the Galaxy Note 4.
The “Edge” variant will feature curved screens which possibly wrap around the edges of the device. The device may be limited to certain markets (most likely Asia).
Two carriers in the United States are preparing to add a new color to their Galaxy S 5 offering. Both AT&T and Sprint are going to add the Copper Gold version of this year’s Samsung flagship. Above you can see just how the device will look. Only thing different here is obviously the color.
Yet another Samsung toy has just gotten some sweet, sweet Jelly Bean lovin’. Reports are coming in that Samsung has slowly begun rolling out in phases the Jelly Bean update for the international variant of the Galaxy Note II LTE (GT-N7105).
The next big thing in mobile is going to be flexible displays and LG and Samsung will be the main competitors duking it out. Word out of Korea is that we could see offerings from both companies by the end of the year. LG’s Vu line hasn’t set the world on fire, but the Vu 3 could have a flexible display.