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Samsung has released a pink version of its Galaxy Note smartphone-tablet hybrid device in South Korea.
This new model not only alters the color of the handset's body, but also comes with a new pink protective cover and S Pen as well.
Samsung hopes to appeal more to its female audience with the release of this new Galaxy Note.
There is currently no word on whether this new version of the Note will make its way to other regions, but if sales prove to be good, than it could possibly land in the U.S.
The specifications remain the same on the pink Galaxy Note.
The device has already sold 5 million units worldwide.
The Galaxy Note became available on AT&T by delivery on Feb. 17 of this year and pre-orders began for the device on Feb. 5. It officially landed in stores on Feb. 19 and is available in both carbon blue and ceramic white in other parts of the world.
"The Galaxy Note combines the best features of a smartphone with the larger viewing screen of a tablet and advanced technology in the S Pen – delivering an all-in-one device that allows users to work more efficiently and maintain productivity, while communicating in a unique, personal way," according to a Samsung press release regarding the device.
The company goes on to describe the device as the world's first 5.3-inch HD Super AMOLED (1280x800) handset. The Samsung Galaxy Note features the largest touch-screen included on a smartphone in the market.
"The Galaxy Note includes a highly advanced tool called the S Pen, which delivers fast, responsive and precise control to create fine lines and detail on the device display, much like an ink pen and pad of paper," continued the press release. "With the S Pen, users can easily sketch drawings, jot down notes, or write emails texts quickly and easily in free-form handwriting."