Fresh colourways of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 are on the way, offering would-be owners an alternative to the none-more-sober existing options of ‘titanium grey’ and ‘marble white’.
A South Korean ad espied by Unwired View suggests that the handset will soon land in 'wine red' and 'amber brown', as the phone-maker takes a leaf out of Nokia’s book and adds a dash of colour to its top-end kits.
Details of Samsung’s plans come as it announced the Note 2 has sold one million units in South Korean, where it has been on sale since late September.
Encouragingly, for the so-called phablet’s prospects of repeating the success of the first Note, that means that just a fifth of its sales are in Samsung’s domestic market where its status as market leader is undisputed.
Initially dismissed as a niche device, the Note went on sell over ten million units, helped by some sharp Apple-baiting ads that ran during last year’s Super Bowl and the public’s growing willingness to embrace increasing swollen smartpone form factors.
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