Samsung Galaxy S4 Available in Blush Pink, Exclusively from Phones4u Starting January

Samsung believes in giving color options for its premium devices as well as its flagships. Not many moons ago did Samsung release the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in two new color variants - Rose Gold and Merlot Red. While color options like these might not please everyone, they do offer consumers more choice and that's clearly working well for Samsung. Now they are back with a new color option for their latest flagship device - the Samsung Galaxy S4. The device will now be available in Blush Pink, though - at least for the month of January - the Blush Pink Samsung Galaxy S4 will be exclusively available with Phones 4U in the UK.

The device has been colored pink - the back battery plate and the front housing are colored a shade of pink which Samsung calls "Blush Pink", whereas the sides are accented in a new bronze-tinged tint. Apart from the color, all other features of the Samsung Galaxy S4 remain the same - the device sports 5 inch full HD 1080p AMOLED touchscreen with Gorilla Glass 3 for added resistance to cracks and scratches; quad-core 1.9 GHz Krait CPU on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 chipset or a quad-core Cortex-A15/Cortex-A7 on Samsung's Exynos chipset.  It also sports 2 GB RAM, a 13 megapixel (MP) primary camera and a 2 MP secondary video call camera.  Check out our review of the Galaxy S4 from earlier this year.

The Blush Pink Samsung Galaxy S4 is available on contract from Phones 4U with different contract options - £33 per month for 3G (with 1GB of data on Vodafone) and £38 per month for 4G (6GB, also on Vodafone). The deal is sweetened some more for 4G buyers, who also get a free wireless speaker valued at £120). So, UK readers, let us know in the comments below if you'll be picking this up or if you know someone that will be.

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