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Five New Colour Variants Of The Samsung Galaxy S4 Announced

2013 June 21

Samsung-Galaxy-S4-red-and-blueEarlier this week, South Korean technology giant Samsung held a press event at Earls Court in London. The event saw the company officially unveil the recently announced Galaxy S4 Active, Galaxy S4 Zoom and Galaxy S4 Mini. A number of other devices were launched in Samsung’s Activ range, as well as several new colour variants of its flagship Galaxy S4 model.

 

When it first hit the market back in April, the Samsung Galaxy S4 was offered in black mist and white frost colour variants. Its predecessor, the Galaxy S3 was also launched in two colour options last year, which were marble white and pebble blue. Like the Galaxy S3, Samsung’s latest flagship has now been joined by several new colour options.

 

Several of these new variants have been rumoured in previous weeks, and it is now official that the currently available colour variants of the phone will be joined by blue arctic, purple mirage, red aurora, brown autumn and pink twilight options. Along with the originally released colour variants, these new models screen bring the number of colour options of the Galaxy S4 to seven, so there is likely to be a colour variant of the phone to suit everybody’s taste.

 

Sales of the Galaxy S4 got off to a great start, and as expected sold 10 million units during its first month on the market. However, there have recently been reports that sales of the device have been tailing off, so launching these new colour options may be just what the Galaxy S4 needs to get sales back on track.

 

All five new variants are expected to land in the UK, but like the additional colour options of the Galaxy S3 it is possible that some may be exclusive to particular networks, although all of them are likely to be available as SIM-free models also.

 

Which colour scheme of the Samsung Galaxy S4 do you prefer? Let us know your opinions in the comments section.

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