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Samsung launching two new Galaxy Note 5 colours
Samsung is known for reinvigorating its smartphone line with new colours after launch and while it didn’t do so for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, the company has today introduced two new colours for its Galaxy Note 5 phablet in South Korea.
Customers in Samsung’s home market will now be able to buy the Galaxy Note 5 in Silver Titanium or Pink Gold, which adds to the existing colour schemes (Black Sapphire, Peal White and Platinum Gold). At the launch of the Note 5, Samsung showed off the Titanium Silver Galaxy Note 5 but this wasn’t released to the market and presumably, this is the same colour scheme that has just been launched in South Korea.
[related_videos title=”Note 5 in video:” align=”left” type=”custom” videos=”644809,643941,638334,634297,634296,634295″]The Pink Gold Note 5 looks to be an answer to the increase in pink-clad smartphones and, at least based on the press image, it looks to be quite a deep pink colour. As we covered in our Galaxy Note 5 colour comparison, the silver titanium definitely looks to be the best handset if you’d like the rear of the handset to double up as a mirror but of course, the Black and white colours are much better at hiding any fingerprints.
How much will the new Galaxy Note 5 colours cost you? The Silver Titanium will be available with either 32GB or 64GB internal storage at a cost of 899,900 won ($800) and 965,800 won ($850) respectively, while the Pink Gold Galaxy Note 5 will be available in 64GB storage only at a cost of 965,800 won ($850).
Which is your favourite Galaxy Note 5 colour and which one would you buy? Let us know your views in the comments below guys and check out our full Galaxy Note 5 review!