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Add Style and Color to the Samsung Galaxy Note® II, Samsung Galaxy S® III with the Protective Flip Cover

Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC (Samsung Mobile) – the No.1 mobile phone provider in the United States1 – is giving U.S. Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III users the ability to customize Samsung’s newest iconic smartphones with its Protective Flip Cover, a unique case solution available in an array of vibrant colors. In addition, Samsung Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S III owners will be able to purchase bundles of Protective Flip Covers in multiple colors at a discounted price.

Galaxy Note II Protective Flip Covers in Mint, Light Blue, Pink, Lime Green, and Orange (Photo: Busi ...

Galaxy Note II Protective Flip Covers in Mint, Light Blue, Pink, Lime Green, and Orange (Photo: Business Wire)

Fashionable, Premium Design

Samsung’s unique Flip Cover design was introduced alongside the original Galaxy Note® and again with the Samsung Galaxy S III. Now, just in time for holiday shopping, the launch of the Galaxy Note II on five major carriers brings this premium accessory to users in seven stylish color options – Titanium Gray, Marble White, Light Blue, Pink, Mint, Lime Green, and Orange. With the option to purchase a bundle of Flip Covers in a variety pack of colors, Galaxy Note II customers can change Flip Covers to match any occasion or outfit, just like jewelry, hats, and other fashion accessories.

The Samsung Protective Flip Cover is a one-piece folding design with a stylish front cover and glossy snap-on back. While the front flap of the Flip Cover shields the 5.5-inch HD Super AMOLED™ touchscreen display of the Galaxy Note II from pesky fingerprints, scratches, and dirt, the back of the accessory snaps on to replace the phone’s back battery cover. This distinctive design provides additional protection to the screen while retaining the slim profile of the Galaxy Note II. The Protective Flip Cover also enhances the overall look and feel of the Galaxy Note II with a design that perfectly complements the smartphone’s narrow form factor.

Practical for Everyday Use

In addition to protecting the screen when closed, there is no need to remove the Protective Flip Cover to access the phone’s side buttons or jacks, since the cover was designed never to interfere with normal phone functions. With the Flip Cover attached to the Galaxy Note II, all ports, buttons, and microphones are easily accessible, allowing the user to make phone calls and use the speaker phone even when the Flip Cover is closed.

Additionally, the fold over design of the Flip Cover offers privacy for users wanting to text or email discretely without the risk of wandering eyes nearby, while also improving screen viewing quality in bright sunlight by conveniently offering shade at a variety of angles.

The Galaxy Note II Protective Flip Cover is available for $39.99 each at Samsung.com, and is also available in multicolored bundle options of four covers for $99.99, or two covers for $49.99 on Samsung.com. Galaxy S III Protective Flip Covers are currently sold separately for $39.99 and will also be available in multicolored bundle options for $99.99 (four colors) and $49.99 (two colors)2.

Galaxy Note II Option A: Marble White, Titanium Gray, Light Blue, Orange
Galaxy Note II Option B: Pink, Marble White, Light Blue, Lime Green

Galaxy S III Option A: Pebble Blue, Lime Green, Light Blue, Orange
Galaxy S III Option B: Marble White, Pink, Light Blue, Yellow

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Samsung, Galaxy Note, Galaxy S and HD Super AMOLED are all trademarks of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Other company names, product names and marks mentioned herein are property of their respective owners and may be trademarks or registered trademarks.

About Samsung Mobile

Samsung Mobile (Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC), a Dallas-based subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., researches, develops and markets wireless handsets and telecommunications products throughout North America. For more information, please visit www.samsungwireless.com.

About Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. creates more possibilities for more people, in more countries, than any other technology company. Samsung has become the global leader in consumer electronics and their components by bringing relentless innovation to a product portfolio that includes televisions, smartphones, personal computers, printers, cameras, refrigerators and memory chips. To discover more, please visit www.samsung.com.

Samsung Mobile is the No. 1 mobile phone provider in the United States, based upon reported shipments, according to Strategy Analytics, North America Handset Vendor Marketshare, Q3 2012. Samsung Electronics Company is the No. 1 smartphone provider worldwide, based upon reported shipments, according to Strategy Analytics Global Smartphone Vendor Market Share by Region: Q3 2012.

2 Two-Color bundle options for the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II are available at select carriers for $49.99. Color combinations are determined by the carrier. All prices subject to change.

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