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Black Version Of The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Revealed In Press Photo

2012 December 28

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been one of the biggest smartphone hits of the year. After its launch in September, many were impressed with its ample processing power, innovative software and S-Pen and of course its 5.5 inch Super AMOLED screen.


The Galaxy Note 2 builds on the format of the original Galaxy Note which was launched last year. This device was the first to bridge the gap between phone and tablet on account of its 5.3 inch display, creating the phablet niche. Although many doubted that this large screen format would be popular prior to its release, the phone has so far sold in excess of 12 million units.


The Galaxy Note 2 builds on this format bringing a larger screen, more powerful processor and more up to date software with newer versions of the Android OS and Samsung TouchWiz UI. It instantly proved to be a hit after its launch, clocking up around 5 million sales in a month.


When the device first hit shelves, it was offered in two different colour options. These were Marble White, which was one of the original colours for the Galaxy S3, and Titanium Grey. These are still currently the only two colour options for the Galaxy Note 2, but it appears that this may be about to change.


Following the Galaxy S3’s lead, it appears that the Galaxy Note 2 may soon be joined by some more additions to its range of colours. A black version has been revealed in a press photo which can be found over at GSM Arena. The Galaxy S3 also saw the addition of a black variant to its range earlier this year along with several others so it would not come as a surprise if Samsung is planning to release several new colours of the Galaxy Note 2.


There is no information currently available regarding when we can expect to see the black Galaxy Note 2 released, but with MWC 2013 coming up we can at least expect an official announcement.

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