Samsung Note 4 Swarovski editions

IFA 2014 Today saw the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Samsung Galaxy Note Edge and more info about the Samsung Gear S, but the truly exciting announcement of the night was that the Note 4 and Gear S would come in versions adorned with Swarovski crystals. Lots and lots of Swarovski crystals. You might call them Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Bling and Gear S Bling, and we wouldn't argue with you if you did.

Of course, these phones and smartwatches aren't functionally any different than the standard versions of either, with the possible exception of them being able to grate hard cheeses. Or signal passing airplanes. They're sparkly. We can't say much more than that, except to check out the photos below and let us know if this is something you really want. Or if there's somebody you know that would appreciate this level of bling. It's not quite a Gold HTC One M8, but then again that one's just shiny. These are straight up bling.


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Samsung blings out the Galaxy Note 4 and Gear S with Swarovski


My friend bedazzles her phones all the time. She has a S5. I know a few women who would love to go for something like this.

Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Note Edge are a definite go in October for me as well as the Galaxy Gear S and wireless charging back and external charger.

I will pass on this stuff...

From my Galaxy Note 3 on T-Mobile via Android Central App

But what about all your talk about having oodles and oodles of money, you giving "handouts" to those that need it to "buy new devices", and all that other crap?

What are those little Tampon looking strings hanging out the bottom.
Could it be to pull the pen out?

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Any guy who thinks this is hideous very well should be as I'm sure this would not be targeted to you. Atleast one would hope

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Anyone sporting this combo is just begging to be robbed...

Posted via My (unlimited everything) T-Mobile Galaxy S5...

I just don't get Samsung...
They are always trying to be cool and inovative, but they fail most of the time...

In my experience it's because you have multiple people at multiple levels having a say in the product design. Maybe the people in charge of the main design create cool and innovative products, but the people doing the styling are halfwit gibbering morons?