That may slowly change, however. Both new colors are now up for grabs in the UK, courtesy of the country’s biggest third party mobile phone retailer, Carphone Warehouse. Both the red and the rose gold Galaxy Note 3 appear as being in stock, and both can be had with an assortment of Pay Monthly tariffs on EE, O2, T-Mobile, Orange, and Vodafone.
The cheapest contract that nets you the device for free upfront costs £32 per month, is at O2, and features 600 minutes, unlimited texts, and 750 MB of data each month. Obviously though, there are many other options, so make sure you go through all of them before definitively making up your mind.
The most expensive plan costs £74.99 per month, is at EE, and gives you unlimited any network minutes, unlimited texts, and a whopping 50 GB of data each month.
The red and rose gold Galaxy Note 3 variants are identical in terms of specs to the black and white ones – the only difference is represented by the paint job. Keep in mind that the rose gold model is actually mostly white, with only the faux metal details that are silver in the other versions being rose gold tinted.