_Samsung's Galaxy Note5 phablet is one of the hottest properties in the mobile industry. An on-paper beast, Samsung has sought to bring more to the table than raw power in recent times, and as such, the Note5 follows the premium design language of the Galaxy S6. With the look of a smartphone being of such apparent importance, Sammy will soon offer two new color variants in its native South Korea. Accompanying the pre-existing flavors of Black Sapphire, Peal White and Platinum Gold, shoppers will also be able to snap up a Silver Titanium or Pink Gold option should they so wish.
iPhone 5s. Since then, a large number of flagship devices have offered at least one shade of gold from the start. Samsung is known for adding new colors further down the line, though, and the new Silver Titanium and Pink Gold editions add a little more by way of choice.The craze for gold handsets was probably sparked by the 2013 introduction of the
With Apple having just introduced another homage to precious metal with the Rose Gold iPhone 6s, it seems that Samsung doesn't want to miss out either. Pink Gold should appeal to those who like the color but would rather own a Note than an iPhone, and by the look of things, the pink Note5 is a tad brighter than its Apple-made counterpart. Meanwhile, the more traditional titanium-esque finish should suit those who prefer a more understated look.
The Silver Titanium model will be available in 32 GB and 64 GB capacities for 899,800 won ($800) and 965,800 won ($860) respectively. The Pink version will roll out with 64 GB of real estate and bear the same price tag as the 64-gig silver version.
Both will be available in South Korea by October 23rd, with the silver model likely to arrive a little earlier.