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Samsung Galaxy S 4 turns up in brown, blue and purple

Posted In News - By AndroidPress on Friday, July 26th, 2013 With No Comments »

We knew Samsung had plans to release the Galaxy S 4 in several additional colors and it looks like a few have recently arrived. Verizon has recently launched the Galaxy S 4 in brown and a blue version has appeared in the UK. There has also been a recently leaked image showing the handset in purple. The purple handset is still a bit of a mystery at the moment, however we do have some details on the brown and blue.


The brown Galaxy S 4 is dubbed “Brown Autumn” and Verizon has said this one will only be available online. The black and white models of the Galaxy S 4 remain available with the carrier and the price is $199 (on a two-year agreement) regardless of the color you choose. Just to clarify though, the brown model Galaxy S 4 is only available in the 16GB variety. Those looking for 32GB of storage in a Verizon branded Galaxy S 4 will will have to choose between black or white.

Similar to the Autumn Brown being an online exclusive for Verizon Wireless, the blue Galaxy S 4 is also arriving as an exclusive. The blue is dubbed “Arctic Blue” and the exclusivity is for those in the UK. This model will be exclusive with Phones 4u and available both online and in retail stores. Those looking to pick this model up will have a choice of carriers to include Vodafone, T-Mobile, Orange and EE.


The purple Galaxy S 4 turned up on the Chinese language ePrice and there wasn’t much revealed in terms of details. This color is expected to arrive for those in Taiwan and at the moment was said to be a 16GB model that doesn’t support LTE. Those details aside, it does look like it would be a good option for those who are fans of the color purple. But with that in mind, we have yet to see anything that hints at a release outside of Taiwan.

VIA: unwired view

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