Samsung Galaxy Note 3 gets new colour variants; roll-out as per market preference

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is now available in its Pink colour variant in India. However, Samsung has not announced the Galaxy Note 3 Pink colour variant in India, yet.
The new colour variant of the Galaxy Note 3 is listed on Flipkart. As of now, there is no word on the availability of the Pink colour model, with the page providing a 'Notify Me' option for consumers.
Notably, the Samsung India online store still lists the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 in just White and Black colour variants.
In addition, Sammobile in a report claims that Samsung would launch the Galaxy Note 3 in Red and White Gold colour variants in early 2014. The report speculates that the Red Galaxy Note 3 variant could be launched in the first week of January 2014, while the White Gold variant would follow two weeks later.
The Pink Galaxy Note 3 listing was first spotted by Android OS blog and claims that the colour variant was first launched for UK markets. Further, the Pink Galaxy Note 3 variant is also available in markets like Argentina and South Korea.
The South Korean major officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 3 phablet at the sidelines of IFA 2013 in Berlin, while Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 3 a month later in India at Rs. 49,900.
The Galaxy Note 3 runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with TouchWiz UI on top. It is powered by 1.9GHz octa-core processor and a 3GB of RAM. The phablet sports a 13-megapixel rear camera alongside 2-megapixel front camera. It is backed by a 3,200mAh battery.
The Galaxy Note 3 will be available in 32GB variants, with the company doing away with the 16GB variant after the controversy on the user available storage the Samsung Galaxy S4. It also supports up to 64GB of additional external storage.
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