Samsung introduces new colours for the Galaxy Note 5
Samsung is one of the leading smartphone brands in the world right now and boasting a large customer base in most of its African markets, is not to be messed with.
One of the things that Samsung does which keeps it in the race is the way in which Samsung seeks to keep their devices beautiful even after official launch, reinvigoriating it and adding more official colours to the mix.
This hand or art and generosity has recently been extended to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, with the company announcing that it had created new colours for the device in South Korea.
Already having existing colours such as Black Sapphire, Pear White and Platinum Gold, Samsung has added Titanium and Pink Gold to the choices that users can now select from in the Samsung’s home market.
It should be noted that during launch, Samsung had already showcased a Titanium silver Note 5 Phablet which failed to launch alongside its other hue counterparts.
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