This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for. The Galaxy Note 2, arguably the next big thing, will be available in Brown and Red along with its usual blue and white options. The only bad news is that the new color flavors are only available in Korea at the moment, but it’s entirely possible they’ll make their way stateside eventually.
This is big news for fans of warmer color schemes and earth tones.
All joking aside, it’s clear that Samsung has big plans for its Note line. The original Galaxy Note phablet, which was received with curiosity and awe, sold over 5 million units in the first five months it was available. The Galaxy Note II achieved the same sales twice as fast.
And let’s not forget today’s hottest leak: the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet, which we expect to see at Mobile World Congress in February.
But just in case you’ve missed the last year of Galaxy Note glory, here’s the run-down on the device. The Galaxy Note line of smartphones are exceptionally larger than most phones with the newest generation sporting a 5.5-inch 720p display. The other distinguishing feature in the line is a Wacom-style S-Pen, that features pressure sensitivity, screen grab functionality and more.
[via Unwired View]