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T-Mobile Adds “Limited Edition” Gold Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) to Line-up

T-Mobile announced this morning that they have added the gold version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 to their line-up of phones, along with the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) tablet. The Note 10.1 (2014) is up for pre-order starting today for $99 down, with in-store availability beginning June 4. The gold Galaxy S5 will arrive May 30 for a “limited” time at select retail stores and online.¬†

For those new to the Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014), the highlights of the device include its brilliant 10.1-inch Full HD display (2560×1600), 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB of internal storage, micro SD card support, 8220mAh battery, Android 4.4, and suite of multi-tasking features and S Pen functionality.

As for the gold Galaxy S5, well, it’s the same Galaxy S5 we reviewed last month, only now it comes in gold. Pricing wasn’t mentioned in our press release, but would assume you can pick it up for the same $0 down with $27.50 monthly payments for 24 months.

Update:  Samsung announced availability on other carriers as well. Those details can be found here.

Via:  T-Mobile
  • David Narada Brown


  • gambit07

    God that’s hideous

  • Commentator Prime

    I see gold, not copper. Then again, my monitor is color calibrated. There is no excuse for people to not color calibrate their monitors these days, lot of free tools available. That way we won’t assume a large company would put out a product claiming a wrong color….

    • simp1istic

      Mine is hardware calibrated as well, I see Bronze.

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio


  • K

    This “limited” time thing is just a nicer way of saying what they really meant:

    We know this color is hideous and won’t sell well, so we’re going to offer it in limited quantities to give the illusion that it’s something special when in reality it’s an ugly a** color that should never have been released

  • Jroc869, Nexus-Life

    Fugly arse phone right there.

  • shooter50

    I’ll pass on the “copper color” S5. It may be the ugliest thing ever

  • The Narrator

    T-Mobile has received the Band-Aid. I repeat, T-Mobile has received the Band-Aid.

    • Commentator Prime

      Millions have overlooked the alleged ‘baid aid’ look. Only haters keep on the horse blinds.

      • But lets be honest…. u can’t unsee the band-aid……