Samsung is adding two new Galaxy Note 5 options to its lineup in South Korea. They’re exactly the same internally, but they come in two cool new colors — Silver Titanium and Pink Gold.
The Pink Gold option gives phablet fans an Android-powered alternative to the Rose Gold iPhone 6s Plus, but it appears to be a little brighter than Apple’s device. The Silver Titanium, which is my personal favorite, makes the already gorgeous Galaxy Note 5 look even cleaner and more sophisticated.
Both color options will go on sale in Samsung’s home country on October 23, priced at 965,000 won (approx. $850) with 64GB of internal storage. The Silver Titanium model will also be available with 32GB of storage for 899,900 won (approx. $800).
Samsung hasn’t yet confirmed these devices for any other markets, but if they prove popular — and they should — then we could see them expanding to other countries over the coming months.
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