Wednesday , November 14 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » Dick Smith starts selling Galaxy S4 in Blue, Pink and Purple!

Galaxy S4 Colours
This morning Dick Smith Electronics has shown that ‘Dick Does’ care about colours by announcing that they are now exclusively selling three new colour variants of the Samsung Galaxy S4.

You can now purchase your Galaxy S4 in the usual Black Mist or White Frost, however the new colours as released are – Arctic Blue, Purple Mirage and Pink Twilight. The new colour variations are the only difference in the new listings, with the specifications on the DSE website remaining the same as those launched back in April.

You can check out all five colour variations of the Samsung Galaxy S4 over on the Dick Smith Electronics website where you can purchase the phone for $698.

Are you after a new Galaxy S4 in Arctic Blue, Purple Mirage or Pink Twilight?

Source: Dick Smith.

Daniel Tyson   Ausdroid's Editor in Chief

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OH MY! Love the purple. Might have to get me one. Wonder if other electronic companies will sell the galaxy’s in colours?

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Are these Telstra compatible?

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If you clicked the link, you’d see these are unlocked. 😉

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