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Samsung releases Berry Pink Galaxy Note in South Korea

updated 01:15 pm EDT, Mon April 9, 2012

Pink Note joins existing Black and White versions

Samsung has released a pink version of the Galaxy Note in South Korea. The color, named "Berry Pink," went on sale in an attempt by Samsung to appeal to a female audience in a similar move to the Galaxy S II in November.

The Galaxy Note's casing, outer cover and S-Pen stylus share the same pink theme, however it retains the 5.3-inch AMOLED display, processor and all other existing hardware features.

It is not yet known if the pink version of the phone will be available elsewhere in the world, but it's reasonable to think that it will just as Samsung did for the Galaxy S II.



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