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Launching new colours after a product launch is nothing new for Samsung. While they skipped additional colours for their Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, they're introducing two new colour options for the Galaxy Note 5 in South Korea.


Samsung's treating their home market to two stand-out colours - Pink Gold and Silver Titanium. This is in addition to their previous colours - Pearl White, Black Sapphire and Platinum Gold. Samsung already debuted the Silver Titanium during the Galaxy Note 5 launch and it's likely this is the exact colour scheme being offered in South Korea.


Based on the launch images, the Pink Gold fits the pink smartphone trend. The deeper pink is definitely a stand out from many of the pink devices now available. Those wanting the Silver Titanium should consider how well fingerprints show up, though it does work well as a mirror.


If you want the new colours, the Silver Titanium 32 GB costs 899,900 won ($800). Both colours are available in the 64 GB version for 965,800 won ($850).

 

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The next incarnation of the Samsung Galaxy A5 is on the verge of being released, and today, we have more information and even some leaked images for you. It seems that there will be four color variants of the A5 (2017); Gold, Pink Gold, Black and Blue. Some of the rumors are even suggesting that the Blue variant is actually going to be the Blue Coral color which debuted with the Note 7 and later made its way onto the S7 Edge. Take a good look at the renders yourself and tell us which one you will be getting.


We have already reported about similar specs earlier, this leak confirms those specs one more time before the A5 (2017) is launched officially. Note that although it is expected that the A5 (2017) will debut in China as always, it should make its way onto various other markets around the world soon after.


5.2-inch FHD Super AMOLED display
Exynos 7880 chipset
3GB RAM
32GB internal storage with a micro-SD card slot
16-megapixel cameras at both the back and the front
3,000mAh battery
Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow
Debut: In China
Price: 2,699 Yuan ($388 approximately)

 



We posted Evan Blass's renders of the Galaxy S8 in Orchid Grey, Arctic Silver and Black Sky just a while ago and now we have live images of the color variants for you. However, we do not see the Black Sky color in any of these images. Instead, we are treated to a blue Galaxy S8 in one of the three images. Take a look yourself and see what Samsung has in store for his customers next month.



There has also been talk about a gold variant, putting the total number of color options to six at this point. The colors known so far are black, blue, silver, gold, grey and violet. There might be more colors, but we don't know about them yet. However, what we are almost sure of is the fact that Samsung won't be releasing all of them in any one region. They might even wait a while before releasing some of the colors. Which color would you get? Are you considering the Galaxy S8 or the S8+ in the first place? Let us now in the comments.




Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


 

The iPhone 8 and the Galaxy Note 8 are on top of every smartphone rumor list these days and for good reason too; these two are the biggest smartphones that will hit the stores in the second half of the year and it's only natural for their rumors to be everywhere. Today we have the Galaxy Note 8 in our sights and although this particular leak doesn't really have any accompanying images to support its claims, it comes from the famous leakster Roland Quandt on Twitter.

 

He is claiming that he has inside info about the upcoming Galaxy Note 8's colors and according to that information, it will come in three colors (at least initially). The colors are Midnight Black, Orchid Grey and Deep Blue. It is to be noted that the "Deep Blue" variant will likely be different from the Cobalt Blue color we saw introduced with the Galaxy Note 7 last year. Read the tweet below.

 

"Samsung Galaxy Note 8 coming in Black, Orchid Grey and a new Deep Blue. At least."

 

Samsung may also release other colors in different regions, just as hinted by Quandt, but whether or not they will all be launched simultaneously on August 23rd, remains to be seen.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



As far as the pictures are concerned, you will find them all throughout the article, but unfortunately, none of this latest batch of leaked Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL pictures shows the fronts of the two smartphones. Other than the images, we also have information on the color options (as can be seen in the pictures) and even the price.



It looks like the Pixel 2 will come in three color options, which have been comically named by Google as Kinda Blue, Just Black, and Clearly White. The color options for the Google Pixel 2 XL on the other hand won't be so vast and the buyers will have to choose in between Black & White and Just Black. Funny as the names may be, they do a pretty good job of describing exactly how the colors look to be honest! You will find the pricing details mentioned below.


Pixel 2 (HTC)

$649 for 64GB/$749 for 128GB


Pixel 2 XL (LG)

$849 for 64GB/$949 for 128GB


The pictures and the information are presented by DroidLife and they do seem to be pretty authentic.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


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Purple had become a sort-of trademark color for Sony's premium Xperia Z line, until the Xperia Z3 came along and broke the streak. The fourth-gen Z flagship added Copper and Green to the traditional Black and White color options, but Purple may soon make a comeback.


And not a moment too soon either, the Xperia Z4 family is expected at the MWC 2015 in early March so the window for Z3 launches is closing. ePrice has gotten hold of unreleased product images. It looks like there will be two versions one dark purple and one that's a more traditional Xperia purple.

 

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