Last year we saw Verizon launch an Autumn Brown version of the Galaxy S 4, giving customers interested in Samsung's flagship a third, more colorful model to consider. Now it looks like the same thing could happen with the Galaxy Note 3.
According to @evleaks, Verizon will begin selling a Rose Gold version of Samsung's Galaxy Note 3. Samsung made the Rose Gold Galaxy Note 3 official late last year, showing off black and white versions of its phablet with golden accents rather than the silver ones found on the regular models. There's no mention of whether Verizon will sell the black or white Rose Gold model or if it'll offer both, nor is there any word on exactly when the device(s) will go on sale.
The U.S. carriers have offered Samsung's flagship Galaxy S models in a variety of colors over the years, so it's no surprise to learn that the Galaxy Note 3 may soon get the same treatment. Samsung has actually offered previous versions of its Note smartphone in several color options as well, but most of those units have only been offered overseas. It's good to learn that that may finally change, because having more color options when considering a new smartphone is always a good thing, especially when they look as snazzy as the golden Galaxy Note 3s.
Are any of you thinking about checking out the Rose Gold Galaxy Note 3 once it hits Verizon's shelves?