This treatment from ColorWare takes customization to the ultimate level, but it's not cheap
If you're not content with the two current colors of the Samsung Galaxy S4, and none of the four new "coming soon" colors tickle your fancy, ColorWare can help you get the Galaxy S4 you've always wanted -- provided you're willing to pay for it.
Checking in at $1,000, the GSM unlocked Galaxy S4 is the same model available to everyone, but ColorWare has torn it asunder and replaced the external plastic parts with pieces that have been meticulously painted, making the phone available in thousands of color combinations. Be it Formula 1 red, or Cotton Candy pink, or even something subdued like the aptly named sand, there is bound to be something here for everyone.
Yes, $1000 is a lot of money to spend on anything, let alone a phone. But if you just have to have it your way, now you can. Visit the link below to check it out, and the press release is after the break.
ColorWare Customizes the Samsung Galaxy S 4
Making the best phone better
Winona, MN - 6/7/2013 - Recognized for their excellence in customizing high-end electronics, ColorWare debuts the new Galaxy S 4. With quick and powerful processing speeds, a five inch Super AMOLED display, touch-less features, and a built in IR blaster to function as a TV remote, the Samsung Galaxy S 4 is changing the way consumers interact with smartphones.
The newly engineered touch-less features are used to answer phone calls, flip through photos, or preview emails with a simple wave of the hand. Additionally, the innovative camera captures progressive motion and removes unwanted people from pictures.
Jason Cisewski, VP of ColorWare stated, “Samsung has done an exceptional job integrating innovative features. However, Samsung has carefully crafted an easy mode to ease the transition for first-time smartphone owners. It’s truly a remarkable phone and we are excited to offer this to our customers.”
In the ColorWare design studio, there are 46 paint colors to choose from including, solid and metallic, as well as matte and gloss finishes. There are three customizable elements on the Galaxy S4,which provide extensive options for creating a one-of-a-kind smartphone. Once colors have been chosen and an order has been placed, the customization process begins.
The product goes through a laborious process of disassembly, cleaning, masking, painting, and inspection. Then, the product is buffed and reassembled. The product goes through final inspection and then is packaged into the original packaging.
ColorWare is currently offering the International GSMunlocked, black version of the Galaxy S4.The product including customization is $1000 and ships in about 14days.
ColorWare was founded on the idea that electronic devices could be more appealing than the standard colors offered by the original manufacturer. ColorWare products are creative and fashionable, giving their customers something unique.
ColorWare is the only company in the world where you can create your own bespoke electronic device. The range of products spans from headphones to computers, tablets, phones, and gaming consoles.
For more information please visit http://www.colorware.com.
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