White Galaxy Note launching on Monday 23rd, exclusively at John Lewis

Samsung’s whopping great phone/tablet hybrid is the latest to appear in a new white colour scheme, with Samsung announcing that its Galaxy Note White will go on sale from next Monday. It’s being sold exclusively (for a few weeks) through the John Lewis chain, and in only one particular branch – on Oxford Street in London.

So if you you’re in the incredibly small demographic of people that want a Galaxy Note, haven’t already bought one, live in London and fancy getting hold of a white model, that’s where to go.

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Later in February, the white Galaxy Note will get a wider launch at the usual SIM-free retailers. Here’s the thing from Samsung. Ignore that headline, as it clearly says it launches on the 23rd in the copy:

SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE WHITE HITTING UK STORES TODAY

Samsung’s new Android device with advanced S Pen technology launching exclusively in John Lewis

20th January 2012, London, UK – Samsung has today announced the latest device to join its Galaxy range of devices, the Galaxy Note, will also be available to buy in the UK in white. Following the availability of the black Galaxy Note in UK stores back in November, customers will also be able to purchase the device in white exclusively from John Lewis on Oxford Street London from Monday 23rd January.


Simon Stanford, Managing Director, UK & IRE Telecommunications & Networks Division said: “At Samsung we always want to offer our customers choice and are delighted to bring the Galaxy Note in white to the UK. The Galaxy Note is an innovative addition to the Samsung Galaxy family and a new category of device that consumers can’t get anywhere else.”

The Galaxy Note combines the benefits of a notebook with the portability of a smartphone – so there’s no longer any need for customers to carry or switch between multiple devices when they’re out and about. Its 5.3” HD Super AMOLED screen is the largest and highest quality display available in any phone, which makes it the perfect device for viewing content such as movies, photos, and documents, and playing games.

An advanced pen-input technology called the S Pen and a full touch screen mean owners of the Galaxy Note can easily create and consume more content whilst on the go. What’s more, a series of new applications designed specifically for the S Pen are available for download from Samsung Apps.

The Samsung Galaxy Note White will initially be available exclusively from John Lewis with £250 of free music, films and e-Books for the first 100 customers. Additional channels will be launching during February 2012.

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  1. UKAndroid

     /  January 24, 2012

    Small demographic? – I thought that Samsung had already sold around 3 million of these throughout Europe and the Far East.

    Surely a “niche” product would not warrant the imminent launch in North America and Canada with LTE/4G on board?

    Mind you, a “niche” in a market of over 300 million is not to be sneezed at!

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    • Gary_C

       /  January 24, 2012

      It says “want a Galaxy Note, haven’t already bought one, live in London and fancy getting hold of a white model” – not talking about existing owners.

      This isn’t the first time your nit-picking has gone wrong.

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