Samsung announced two new color options for the popular Galaxy Note II Android smartphone. Amber Brown and Ruby Wine variants will join the already available Marble White and Titanium Grey models. The Amber Brown option is immediately available in South Korea while the Ruby Wine color scheme is scheduled to be released next week on three major mobile carriers. It’s likely at least one of the carriers to offer the red unit will be either AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon or Sprint, but we’ll have to wait and see how it pans out. It’s unclear when we’ll finally see a Sapphire Black version, like we saw with the Galaxy S III, but we imagine it can’t be much longer. Until then, these fine choices will have to do. They certainly look compelling in a certain light.
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