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If you are a big fan of multi-colored Samsung Galaxy handsets, then check out this news. At Samsung's event in London, the company promised to launch Galaxy S4 in five additional colors. Reportedly, Galaxy S4 in Brown and Purple would be launched in the US market sometime. Twitter sensation @evleaks also managed to get few images with Verizon and Sprint logo at the back of Samsung Galaxy S4. Now the first live photos of Samsung Galaxy S4 in Purple Mirage were leaked via ePrice Taiwan.
The pictures are looking authentic and the model no: GT-9500 hints at Exynos 5 Octa color variant soon. Noticeably, Exynos 5 Octa version of Galaxy S4 is available in select countries. It is said that the Purple version of Samsung Galaxy S4 is slated to hit US market first. Samsung India hasn't updated its plans to announce any Purple color version in India or any other color for that matter
Well, the South Korean giant is yet to communicate whether company wants to push multi-colored Galaxy S4 in other countries. In the meanwhile, the leaked pictures of Samsung Galaxy S4 in Purple color tell a new story. The picture of Galaxy S4 does not show that any logo of carrier. It is speculated that Samsung is preparing a new version of Galaxy S4.
The reports mostly say the International version of Galaxy S4 with Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor, is said to upgrade. Samsung originally announced multi-colored Galaxy S4 back in May, but even now one cannot see the trace in the market. Could that mean Samsung is prepping to upgrade International version of Galaxy S4 with Snapdragon 800 processor alongside new colors. IFA Berlin is nearby , and one has to wait until Samsung surprises us. Stay tuned to GizBot.