Samsung has officially released a pink version of its smartphone/tablet hybrid Galaxy Note exclusively to the local South Korean market.
According to The Verge, however, the South Korean electronics giant’s colossal smartphone is not yet available on sale at any store.
The pink version package comes with the phone itself plus pink S-Pen and a pink folding case, the latter of which has a queer narrow opening for the earpiece that serves no actual purpose.
The phone runs on the Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich mobile operating system, as indicated by the appearance of the Google Search widget.
The pink Galaxy Note looks like the original black and white versions, with no difference other than its hue, so it will likely sell with a similar price tag.
Source: Samsung Tomorrow (translated)