Samsung are not a company who tend to rush the release of differ colour versions of their popular smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy S3 range has been gradually boosted by the addition of new colours such as red and black. It seems that the company are taking a similar approach with the popular Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and we have now seen images of a new black version of the phone pop up online.
Up until now the excellent Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been available in the standard blue finish and the attractive white version that was released at the same time. It now seems that we are ready to welcome a new version of this phone and it looks as though a black version is the one set to be released if a recent image leak online is anything to go by. The picture of the black version of the N7100 appeared over the last couple of days and first impressions of this new variant are very good. Samsung are obviously keen to offer their second most popular handset in the same colour scheme as their flagship S3. The Note 2 is one of the largest phones on the market and the stealthy looking black finish certainly makes the handset look a little smaller than it actually is. For more Samsung Galaxy Note 2 News click here
The Galaxy Note series of phones has proved an unexpected success story since the original model was released at the tail end of 2011. Many critics commented that the large screen made the device to large to be practical but consumers disagreed and the popularity of the phone led to the release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, complete with an even larger 5.5 inch Super AMOELD display. Samsung have teamed this large screen with an equally as impressive chipset that boasts quad cores and delivers some lightning fast operation speeds. We may see yet another Galaxy Note model introduced in 2013 and current rumours suggest a 7 inch variant will be the next model to make an appearance. Check out Vodafone Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Contracts here
The new black version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 certainly looks eye catching and should prove as popular as the other two versions that have already been released