Samsung has a tradition of launching pink versions of popular phones right around Valentine’s Day, and this year will be no different. Say hello to the pink Galaxy Note II.
Samsung Taiwan released picture today of a pink version of the Galaxy Note II. As opposed to some of the previous pink-tinted phones that favored a much brighter shade, this new one is more along the lines of a rose flavor and not quite as “in your face.”
There is no word as of yet if the pink Galaxy Note II will find its way out of Asia, but it might. Historically the devices have stayed in that region, but the pink Galaxy S II did find its way to the U.K., so you never know for sure.
And if you were wondering, yes, the S Pen is a matching shade of pink. It would be rather gauche if it didn’t.
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