When Samsung launched the Galaxy S3 back in May, it was available in two colours (Pebble Blue and Marble White). However, due to manufacturing problems, the Pebble Blue version suffered from shortages. Now, the Korean firm has confirmed that their flagship will be available in four new colours.
Previously, Samsung itself leaked a black version of the S3 on its Facebook page. This led us to believe that it was coming next. However, the Garnet Red version beat it to the punch. Apparently, it was planning to launch not one but four more colours for its flagship.
The Korean tech giant has officially confirmed four new colours for the S3. It claims that the colours are inspired by “the Earth’s richest minerals”. The four new colours are Amber Brown, Garnet Red, Sapphire Black, and Titanium Grey (in other words brown, red, black, and grey), which will be added to the original white and blue colours.
If you’re planning to get your hands on the Titanium Grey Galaxy S3, you’ll have to be with Everything Everywhere (EE). It will be exclusive to the new 4GEE network. This means that having the grey S3 is like saying you enjoy lightning-fast 4G internet while others can’t.
Currently, you can get your hands on the Garnet Red version of the S3. If you’re looking to get your hands on the Sapphire Black and Amber Brown versions, Samsung says they will be “coming later this year”. Sadly, it failed to mention when and where exactly you’ll need to go to get them.
Are you interested in the Amber Brown, Garnet Red, or Sapphire Black version of the Galaxy S3, or are you waiting for the 4G version of the handset that is available in Titanium Grey with EE’s new 4GEE network? Let us know through a comment on our Facebook page.