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Samsung Galaxy Note in pink is alive and well - expected to launch in Germany soon

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Samsung Galaxy Note in pink is alive and well - expected to launch in Germany soon
Early last month, we got wind about a potential “Berry Pink” version of the larger than life Samsung Galaxy Note, well, it seems as though the thing is alive and well, as it was recently spotted over at Samsung’s CeBit booth in Germany.

As you can obviously tell from the photo, this Samsung Galaxy Note model is doused in a very pink color that might help some females take notice of the very gargantuan smartphone. Of course, considering that it’s uncannily large for most of today’s modern handhelds, it might have some difficulty in attracting female consumers that prefer something a tad bit more form fitting and comfortable – though, this pink-a-fied version will help steer some people in.

Interestingly enough, the one being shown off at CeBit is nothing more than a dummy unit – meaning, it’s merely a shell with no actively working internals. Nonetheless, it provides us a clear indication of what to expect with the final version, especially when it’s not going to be sporting anything new inside. Instead, its standout pink color is the sole item that’s going to be new with this Galaxy Note. However, it’s worth mentioning that it’s donning the same textured rear plastic cover found in use with blue AT&T version – as opposed to a glossy cover like the white colored one.

Samsung Galaxy Note in pink is alive and well - expected to launch in Germany soon
If having two colors for the Note isn’t enough, this third one will undoubtedly make people forget about its sheer size and look at its iridescent color instead. For those in Germany, it’s expected to land in stores sometime within the next couple of months – so yeah, no word yet if it’ll eventually make its way stateside.

source: Engadget via Sammy Hub

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