Samsung has launched a new white version of the hot-selling Galaxy Note, but only in Korea for the time being.
The snowy variant, which goes on sale just in time for the Christmas shopping craze, also comes with 4G LTE support. Unfortunately that means it might not land in Blighty unless Samsung decides to produce a separate 3G model for countries still lagging behind in making the leap to the latest standard.
Everything else remains the same as the original black edition, which includes a capacious 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED display, a 1.4GHz dual core processor, an eight-megapixel snapper with LED flash that shoots clips in 1080p HD and a two-megapixel front-facing camera for video calls.
Although it runs the slightly ageing Gingerbread iteration of Android rather than the latest Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) release, Samsung has confirmed that ICS will be rolled out to the Note in Q1 2012.
It’s possible that independent online vendors will eventually stock the white Galaxy Note in the UK. So unless you are willing to spend a fortune in trying to import one from Korea, it might be worth waiting a bit longer.
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