Galaxy Note 3 in Rose Gold Officially Heading to Verizon Wireless by The End of January



We've been hearing rumors for a long time and now, Samsung's Galaxy Note 3 is now officially heading to Verizon in a new color. Rose Gold is the color that Big Red will be getting an "exclusive" hold on and they say it should be available towards the end of the month. The Galaxy Note 3 was announced last Fall and it already featured some impressive customization options, as well as a whole host of accessories. This Rose Gold version of the Note 3 however is more of a change and offers a subtle, tasteful almost, alternative to the white version of Samsung's latest phablet.


While there isn't much different with this version of the Galaxy Note 3, it's the slightly pinkish bronze trim that makes this stand out from the other versions. Yes, it's pretty obviously aimed towards the female crowd, but there's nothing wrong with that. After all, the Galaxy Note line has always been pretty intimidating and something a little more classy will be a welcome addition to an already solid lineup. There is of course no word on just how much this is going to cost on Big Red but, it really shouldn't cost any more than the Galaxy Note 3 in any other color, after all it's still the same phone through and through.

If you're unfamiliar with the Note 3, or you're looking to get this as a gift for something we have some help for you. First of all there's our review of the Note 3 itself and then we have a closer look at what the S Pen can offer you as an upgrade over the Galaxy Note II. With a Snapdragon 800 under its hood and a Full HD 5.7-inch display, the Galaxy Note 3 ticks all of the right boxes and if you can get past the size thing, you'll find a lot to love about Samsung's latest.

Verizon has said that the Galaxy Note 3 in Rose Gold will be available by the end of the month. Take a closer look in the gallery below and let us know how you like it!


Via: SamMobile
Source: Verizon (Twitter)

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