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Five new Samsung Galaxy S4 colours confirmed for launch

Samsung has confirmed it will launch five new colour schemes of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S4, building on the existing black and white models.

With blue and brown Samsung Galaxy S4 handsets having already leaked online, Samsung has now thrown the varyingly hued handsets into the realms of reality, with the ‘Artic Blue’ and ‘Brown Autumn’ colour schemes confirmed alongside three further options.

Ensuring there is a Samsung Galaxy S4 handset for all users’ tastes, additional Samsung Galaxy S4 colours all have a somewhat earthy ilk with ‘Pink Twilight’, ‘Purple Mirage’ and ‘Red Aurora’ devices set to hit retailers shortly.

Although unveiling the five new Samsung Galaxy S4 colours, the South Korean manufacturer has failed to offer any concrete details on availability or launch frames for the vibrant handsets.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Features
Aside from the changing coloured shells, the five new Samsung Galaxy S4 options play host to the same high-end collection of innards as the previously available black and white devices.

Lining up at a mere 7.9mm thick, the Samsung Galaxy S4 sports a stunning 5-inch 1080p Full HD display with an eye-popping 441 pixels-per-inch image density.  Building on this market leading foundation, the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean powered handset adds a 1.9GHz quad-core processor.

Completing the Samsung Galaxy S4 specs sheet, all colour variations of the HTC One and iPhone 5 rival run 2GB of RAM as well as a 16-megapixel rear-mounted camera and a second, 2-megapixel forward-facing snapper. Full HD, 1080p video recording is also available.

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