Samsung Galaxy Note5 Pink Gold

Pink isn’t quite my colour. For those who appreciate a touch of femininity and grace, though, the new Pink Gold option on the Samsung Galaxy Note5 should be perfect. The reigning pinklicious flagship is aimed squarely at womenfolk of all ages, and will be offered for a limited time only.

Since its debut in 2011, the Galaxy Note has carved a sweet little niche for itself and defined the ‘phablet’ space. Five generations later, it’s still the undisputed champion of the segment with unmatched look-and-feel, build, performance and features.

The Galaxy Note5 is undeniably the best of the breed, coming in a all-metal finish, curved display and enhanced S Pen. The S Pen is the Note5’s secret weapon, a unique creative tool for both work and play.

Samsung Galaxy Note5

Read more about the Galaxy Note5 here.

So, the sassy Pink Gold Galaxy Note5 is being offered for a limited time only, available for purchase from 21 January onwards (while stocks last) at a price of MYR2,699 (inclusive of GST).

The premium phablet is also available in Gold Platinum, Silver Titanium, White Pearl and Black Sapphire.

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