There has been enough evidence to suggest that Verizon will be bringing out a rose gold version of the Galaxy Note 3. This will be the same device as the others, only plated in rose gold instead of any other color. In case you have forgotten, the standard specs are a Snapdragon 800 processor, which is still regarded as the top of the range of Android, quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait 400 CPU, which is known as the brain power and our favorite type of storage ever: MicroSD-expandable storage.
It’s a much-needed adaptation of what has only been either the black or white so far. We do agree that those shades do look the best, but we also know that a lot of people like to have some color in their lives. Because Samsung obviously wanted to limit the colors, it wouldn’t make much sense to bring out a blue or green because it wouldn’t have enough effect. Giving a new extravagant color in the range manages to make it seem like there is more spark in the handsets now. There is also talk of a Merlot red (spelled just like the wine) that could be arriving at around the same time.
Gold is very popular, but not everybody knows just how many varieties of it one can get. One reason for that might be the usual emphatic price tag that seems to go with it.
As of now, it hasn’t been said why the big red will be the phone carrier hat has lucked into this special deal. We also have no word on this price that should go with it. Some blogs are reporting it coming at the same price as the original, but we find that very hard to believe as gold of any type is obviously worth more money than a standard lacquer of paint.
The season for our suspicion is a tweet that came to Evleaks over the weekend. We already knew for a fact that they did exist, but nobody knew it was going to be coming to Verizon until now.