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Amber Brown Samsung Galaxy Note II Note 2

Well, that didn't take long. Just days after a magazine ad outed the existence of Amber Brown and Ruby Wine versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note II, the former has been found in real life and unboxed in a series of photos that've been posted to Chinese site ePrice. We're looking at an Amber Brown Galaxy Note II unit with branding belonging to Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo, and the shots also show the device's matching brown flip cover. Outside of the brown color, which we've previously seen the Galaxy S III sport, this Note II looks pretty much the same as every other Note II that we've seen since its introduction last year.

Since Samsung hasn't actually announced these new Galaxy Note II colors, it's not yet clear exactly how widespread their availability will be. The fourth and final of the new Galaxy S III colors will soon be making its stateside debut, though, so it's certainly possible that Samsung could decide to bring these brown and red Galaxy Note II models to the U.S. as well. Good thing that we've got these shots of the brown unit in the wild to keep us occupied for a while. Even more images of the Note II can be found by navigating your pointer to the ePrice link below. So what do you all make of this new Amber Brown Galaxy Note II? I think it's pretty spiffy, but I've already made my stance on brown gadgets well-known.

Amber Brown Samsung Galaxy Note II Note 2

Via Android Authority, ePrice


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