It looks like the “Amber Brown” variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note II is well on its way to see its daylight in the near future. A couple of days ago, we’ve reported about a leaked image, which has revealed the 5.5-inch Galaxy Note II phablet in two new colors – “Ruby Wine” and “Amber Brown.” This time, hands-on images of the brown version of the device have leaked in Japan.
Above you can see the Japan-bound Galaxy Note II, complete with NTT DoCoMo branding on the top side of the device. You can also observe that it is clearly identical in all views to the original Note II, which was first leaked in “Titanium Gray” and “Marble White” colored editions. We’ve also seen a purported press shot of the Galaxy Note II in traditional black color that later turned out to be fake.
Galaxy Note II will be accompanied by amazing specs which are know by now: 5.5-inch Super HD AMOLED display, 2GB RAM, quad-core processor, 8MP rear camera, revamped S-Pen, a massive battery, 64GB memory expansion via microSD card slot and more. Both the amber brown and ruby wine colored Note II will be released anytime soon. We can also guess that the device would receive some alternate color choices in the near future. On the other side, according to a previous leak, Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 tablets will be made available in Garnet Red color. Leaks also solidifying that brown and red colored Note II phablets could be showcased at CES 2013 event next week in Las Vegas.
What do you think, folks? Anyone planning to pick Amber Brown Note II phablet up? Check out another hands-on image after the break.