Galaxy Note 3 Rose Gold Edition Costs $249; Arrives At Verizon's Online Store For Purchase

This isn't the first we've talked about the Rose Gold Note 3 from Samsung, as we've mentioned before that it was going to be an exclusive to Verizon Wireless. Today isn't about the exclusivity, but more about the fact that the Galaxy Note 3 Rose Gold is now available for purchase. If you're a Verizon subscriber and you were keen on picking up this colored version of the device, you can grab it from the Verizon website for $249.99 with a new 2-year contract. It's still not available at local retail stores, but according to Droid Life the device is showing up as backordered, with a the January 30th ship date. That means that it won't be too long before you can physically pick one of these up in stores, so if you'd rather walk out with a new Rose Gold Galaxy Note 3 in hand then have it show up on your doorstep, you'll have to wait just a little longer.

The full retail price of the Rose Gold Galaxy Note 3 sits at $649.99 if you just wanted to pick one up at full cost, but now that Verizon is offering their edge plan you can place the phone on monthly payments as well, which breaks up to $27.15 per month for 24 months. Just like we've stated before there is nothing different about the Rose Gold Edition of the Galaxy Note 3 compared to the Black and White Note 3 devices. They run the same specs and have all the same hardware, as this is just a color variation of the device. That means you can expect to watch videos on the same 1080p resolution display, and you'll be able to store just as much media on the device as any other Note 3 in existence. Seeing as there are no changes to hardware or features, this device should really only appeal to those who want to have a slightly more stylish color. Perhaps if you're into fashion and just really love Gold things, picking up a Rose Gold Edition Galaxy Note 3 will fit right in with your style.

Source: Verizon|Via: Droid Life

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