The Huawei P10 Plus is getting a brand new colour in Malaysia. Targeting the female audience, Huawei Malaysia is releasing a limited edition Rose Gold colour for their current flagship smartphone. This joins its existing colour options of Dazzling Blue, Dazzling Gold, Greenery and Graphite Black.
There’s now a new colour for the Samsung Galaxy S8+ with the introduction of its Rose Pink edition. This is the 6th colour for the flagship smartphone which joins its current options of Midnight Black, Orchid Gray, Arctic Silver, Coral Blue and Maple Gold.
Move aside Rose Gold, there’s another new pink in town. If the current colours are too mundane for your liking, Samsung Malaysia is introducing the Galaxy S7 edge in Pink Gold on our shores.
If you’re looking for a new phone in time for Chinese New Year, you can soon own the Samsung Galaxy Note5 in Pink Gold in Malaysia. The pink flagship smartphone is offered by Maxis from as low as RM93/month on its Zerolution program.
Fresh for the new year, Sony has released a new pink colour for its Xperia Z5 flagship smartphone. This joins its current colours of Black, White, Gold and Green, and we are glad Sony Mobile isn’t calling it Rose Gold.
If you are a fan of the colour or happen to have a certain important person you’d like to surprise with a gift, the new Note 4 colour variant will be available in Samsung Experience Stores and authorised dealers for RM 2,499, the same pricing as it’s other colour variants out in the market. But if you’d like to catch a little something a little less cute, the Bronze Gold Note 4 is already out in the market.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 runs on Samsung’s Exynos 5433 Octa-Core processor, 3GB of RAM, a 16MP OIS rear and 3.7MP front cameras as well as a large ultra high resolution Quad HD 5.7-inch display held together by a premium metal frame. You can check out our hands-on with the Galaxy Note 4 over here.
The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been released worldwide on 11th of April and surprisingly only now Japan is getting the latest Korean flagship device. To make it worth the wait, Samsung has released 2 special Pink editions of the device which are exclusive to NTT DoCoMo and KDDI.
The striking Soft Metallic Rose colour or they prefer to call as The Sweet Pink is available through NTT Docomo. Meanwhile its Champagne Pink colour is tied to another telco KDDI. Apparently the pink editions are decided based on their consumer research that Japanese users are fond of Pink.
Also available in Japan is the standard Black and White colours which we have here in Malaysia. So far no word of when it is available outside Japan but knowing Samsung, it could be part of its second wave of new colours for the Galaxy S5.
Head after the break for a close up look at the 2 pink editions.
A pink Samsung Galaxy whatever is not something that’s never been done before. There’s the pink Galaxy S II, the pink Galaxy S III and the pink Galaxy Note, so its really no surprise that this light pink version of the Galaxy Note II shows up on Samsung Taiwan’s official website — with matching S Pen, no less
We have no idea when this “Angel Pink” Galaxy Note II will come to Malaysia or whether it will be available here at all but we know a few local lasses out there who are going ga-ga right about now just excited simply because a pink Note II exists.