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Five New Colour Schemes For The Samsung Galaxy S4

News   •   Jun 24, 2013 11:36 BST

A number of new colour options for the Samsung Galaxy S4 were recently unveiled at the Samsung Premier event, which took place earlier this week at London's Earls Court. The event was also used to showcase a number of new products in Samsung's Windows powered Activ range, along with recently announced Galaxy S4 variants like the Galaxy S4 Zoom, Galaxy S4 Mini and Galaxy S4 Active.

The Samsung Galaxy S4 was showcased in five new colour variants, bringing the number of colour schemes for Samsung's latest flagship to seven. Of course, the device was originally launched in two options (black mist and frost white), as was the Galaxy S3 (pebble blue and marble white). Like the Galaxy S3, the original Galaxy S4 colours have now been joined by several new additional options. Several of these have been rumoured in previous weeks, and the new Galaxy S4 colour schemes are as follows: red aurora, purple mirage, autumn brown, pink twilight and blue arctic.

Since it hit the market back in April, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has got off to a great start, with over 10 million sales under its belt during its first month. However, recent speculation has suggested that sales of the phone may have slowed down meaning Samsung may fall short of its targets throughout the rest of 2013. However, with five new colour options of its flagship phone, it is hoped that this will give the Galaxy S4 the boost that it needs. Samsung Galaxy S4 prices compared.

Details regarding that the availability of the new colour schemes of the Galaxy S4 were not revealed at the event. However, given the fact that they were unveiled in London points to them being available to UK customers, although some are likely to be exclusive to particular networks, as was the case with the new Galaxy S3 variants. Furthermore, we expect all five new models to be available on a SIM free basis.

Let us know your favourite colour scheme for the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the comments section.