The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is now available in pink for customers in the United Kingdom.
The new color might also be launching in South Korea sometime in the near future. The pink model has the same leather finish on the back along with a matching S Pen.
Samsung partnered with Beaker, which is part of Cheil Industries to market the new pink Galaxy Note 3.
The Galaxy Note 3 has been one of the company's most successful devices to date, shipping 5 million units in just 28 days.
The news was announced by the company's CEO JK Shin earlier today. The new phablet was able to reach this milestone in half the time that it took the Note 2. The original Galaxy Note took five months to sell this many.
Samsung normally does not reveal how many devices it sold to consumers, so it is not clear how many of those units that were shipped actually ended up in people's hands.
The company launched the Galaxy Note 3 on Sept. 25 in 58 countries and an additional 82 markets since that time. JK Shin discussed the strong interest for the phablet that seems to be on its way to eclipsing the company's high-end flagship, the Galaxy S4.
Spec on the device include improved LTE connectivity, a 2.3GHz quad-core processor, a 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED display with 1920x1080 resolution, Android 4.3, JellyBean, a 13-megapixel rear camera, LED Flash, a 2-megapixel front shooter, dual camera capabilities, and a redesigned version of the S Pen.
It comes with 3GB RAM. Previous rumors had conflicted on how much RAM it would come with. The most recent stating Samsung was going to give it 2.5GB. It also packs either 32GB or 64GB of internal storage depending on which model a user purchases. The battery has been enhanced to a 3,200 mAh.