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Red and brown Samsung Galaxy Note 2 discovered in Korea

In addition to Marble White and Titanium Gray, the "phablet" has been spotted in Korea sporting two new colors.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (red and brown)
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in red and brown. Blog of Mobile

According to the Japanese mobile news site Blog of Mobile, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is sporting two new colors: red and brown.

However, the version colors officially go by the name Ruby Wine (pictured above on the left) and Amber Brown (right).

Because the new looks were discovered in a South Korean publication, it'll be a while before these models reach the United States, assuming it'll even reach our shores at all.

Currently, the 5.5-inch phone/tablet hybrid (or "phablet") is available here in Marble White and Titanium Gray.

Considering that the Samsung Galaxy S3 comes in a wide array of colors (Marble White, Pebble Blue, Amber Brown, Garnet Red, Sapphire Black, and Titanium Grey), it's no surprise that Samsung would release its Note 2 with more color options as well.

So what do you think? If more of these color varieties become available in the U.S., would you be inclined to get the Note 2?