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Galaxy Note 2 Amber Brown Photos Leaked (PICTURES)

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    A picture of the Amber Brown Samsung Galaxy Note 2
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    A leaked picture of the Galaxy Note 2 in Amber Brown
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By Vincent Funaro, Christian Post Reporter
January 7, 2013|9:39 am

Pictures of the Amber Brown Galaxy Note 2 leaked onto the internet this week. The new handset color is reportedly now available on Docomo, a carrier based out of China.

Samsung is also expected to launch the Galaxy Note 2 in a Ruby Wine version, and this color will be exclusive to the smartphone tablet hybrid.

The Ruby Wine and Amber Brown Galaxy Note 2 models were first discovered in a leaked ad photo from Korea at the end of last month. These two variants are also expected to be available in South Korea and other parts of the world sometime later this year.

The Galaxy Note 2 launched in the fall of 2012 and has been one of Samsungs most successful devices to date. The smartphone-tablet hybrid has already sold over 5 million units since its official launch. It is currently available in Marble White and Pebble Blue in the U.S. and can be purchased on all major carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint.

The two new colors are sure to add some more excitement to the line and allow Samsung to sell the device at an even faster rate. The Galaxy Note and Note 2 have greatly contributed to Samsung's success in recent years.

Both have sold extremely well and are a hit with critics. The Note 2 also features top of the line specifications.

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The phablet packs a quad-core processor with a beautiful HD 5.5-inch display and has the ability to use multi-window mode allowing the device to multi-task the way they would on a personal computer.

Users can run two applications simultaneously with the feature which splits the screen in order to perform this task. The Galaxy Note 2 was the first device able to do this and the Galaxy S3 is expected to follow suit once the software update is released.

 

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