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Red and Rose Gold Samsung Galaxy Note 3 handsets unveiled

Two new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 colours have been unveiled, with the 5.7-inch handset officially unveiled in both Red and Rose Gold colours schemes.

Building on the standard black and white launch models, and a light pink handset that has already been introduced to certain markets, the recently leaked Red and Rose Gold Samsung Galaxy Note 3 have now been confirmed by the Argentinian arm of the leading manufacturer.

Although it is currently unclear when, or indeed if, the two new handsets will be released to a wider audience, Samsung Argentina has revealed that the colourful variations will both land early next year.

While the Red Samsung Galaxy Note 3 will be made available for purchase during the first week of 2014, the Rose Gold model will follow two weeks later. If is expected that both variations could be on display during CES 2014 in Las Vegas.

Aside from the new paintwork, the Red and Rose Gold (white with golden edging) models feature the exact same specification as the original Samsung Galaxy Note 3 handsets.

Powered by a 2.3GHz quad-core processor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 features list is further enhanced by 3GB of RAM, Google’s Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS, a 13-megapixel rear-mounted camera and the company’s S-Pen stylus.

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