The recently released third colour scheme of the new Samsung Android flagship Galaxy S3 has now found a second UK network, first launched on T-Mobile contract deals a couple of days ago consumers can now connect the Garnet Red edition of the Samsung Galaxy SIII to the Orange network.
Although not quite as competitive on price as T-mobile, these new Orange contract offers do provide the Samsung Galaxy S3 Red edition free of charge from £31 line rental per month, this compares with T-Mobile’s best deals at £26 for a free handset.
Soon to be joined by three new colour schemes the garnet red will soon find company from a sapphire black, titanium grey and amber brown model totalling six variants in the range when you add the original pebble blue and marble white (of course there are the 32GB models of these as well!), there’s also talk of a Samsung Galaxy S3 4G LTE model to coincide with the launch of Everything Everywhere’s 4G network roll-out for even faster data speeds.
Featuring a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED touch screen display, a super-quick quad-core 1.4GHz chipset, an 8 mega pixel camera with HD video capture and the Android 4 operating system (which has now been confirmed for an upgrade to the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean edition), the Red Samsung Galaxy S3 is by far the most advanced red smart phone currently available.