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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Colours: Four metallic options incoming

Four Samsung Galaxy Note 4 colours will be available at launch, the Korean manufacturer has confirmed.

With the flagship phablet having been officially unveiled during the company’s IFA 2014 press conference, Samsung has revealed that four handset options will be available when the phone touches down later this year.

Continuing a trend seen in recent flagship phones – we’re looking at the iPhone 5S and HTC One M8 here – Samsung is adopting metallic tones for the Note 4.

The four Samsung Galaxy Note 4 colours coming at launch are black, white, gold and pink.

This being a high-end handset launch, however, Samsung couldn’t bestow its leading device with such blandly named colour schemes.

Instead, the Note 4 colours will be officially known as Frosted White, Charcoal Black, Bronze Gold and Blossom Pink.

The pink option is a subtle tone similar to that offered on the past Huawei Ascend P6.

As well as a variety of colours schemes, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has been bestowed with a premium metal design.

Echoing the Galaxy Alpha, the handset features a brushed metal frame and a faux leather rear.

It’s not all about looks though. The Galaxy Note 4 specs sheet is one of the most impressive on the market.

With a 5.7-inch QHD display leading the way, the device adds a 2.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB of RAM and a 16-megapixel rear-mounted, optical-image-stabilisation enhanced camera on the rear.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will launch later this year. We expect certain UK networks to host certain colours options exclusively. Stay tuned to TrustedReviews for all the latest.

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