Right now, the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is available in blue, white, and gold color options. That number is growing to five in South Korea with the addition of two more sets of Note 5 duds.
Samsung is launching two new Galaxy Note colors in South Korea: Silver Titanium and Pink Gold. The Silver Titanium model is expected to launch soon, while the Pink Gold has a more concrete release date of October 23. Pricing for the Silver Titanium Note 5 will be set at 899,800 won ($802 USD) for the 32GB model and 965,800 won ($860 USD) for the 64GB version. The Pink Gold will only be available with 64GB for 965,800 won.
Samsung actually showed the Silver Titanium Note 5 at the device’s announcement earlier this year, but so far it looks like the color has been a bit hard to come by in stores. That’ll change soon to South Korea with the launch of these Silver Titanium and Pink Gold models. Samsung has launched new colors for its flagship devices many times in the past, and so it’s not terribly surprising to see the company doing it again with the Note 5, especially with the Pink Gold that’ll give shoppers an Android alternative to Apple’s popular Rose Gold iPhone 6s.
Now that we’re up to 5 colors for the Galaxy Note 5, which do you think looks best?