Samsung is to launch a white Samsung Galaxy Note device in the UK today, Jan 23rd, with the lighter toned device to feature the same spec as its sibling
Officially unveiled last week, the white Samsung Galaxy Note will follow on from its standard black hued brethren landing with the same dual-core processor and 5.3inch display.
"At Samsung we always want to offer our customers choice and are delighted to bring the Galaxy Note in white to the UK," said Simon Stanford, MD of Samsung’s UK and Ireland Telecommunications and Networks Division. "The Galaxy Note is an innovative addition to the Samsung Galaxy family and a new category of device that consumers can’t get anywhere else."
Landing with a period of exclusivity to the London Oxford Street branch of designer department store John Lewis the White Samsung Galaxy Note is to cost the same as its darker toned sibling with a special offer to see the first 100 units sold come paired with £250 worth of music, films and eBooks.
Those looking to pick up a white Samsung Galaxy Note device in a location more convenient to them will be able to choose from a selection of retailers and networks from February.
Dominated by its 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED display with a 1280 x 800p resolution the Samsung Galaxy Note comes packed with a bevy of high-end specs from its 1.4GHz dual-core processor to Android 2.3 Gingerbread innards.
Paired with the Samsung S Pen Stylus the multi-functional device packs an 8-megapixel rear-mounted camera with 1080p Full HD video recording capabilities. A second, 2-megapixel, snapper sits on the Note’s front allowing for video calls.
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