The Samsung Galaxy S3 was launched earlier this year, and quickly became one of the bestselling smartphone models of all time. The device took just 100 days to reach 20 million sales, and Samsung recently announced that sales have topped the 3 million mark. The handset was originally launched in pebble blue and marble white colour variants, and was later joined by several new options which are garnet red, amber brown, titanium grey and sapphire black. A couple of Samsung’s newer devices are also set to get the same treatment in coming weeks.
One of these is the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini. This is of course a scaled down version of the South Korea based manufacturer’s bestseller, offering a more affordable option while still including many of the great features of the full sized Galaxy S3. Like its larger counterpart, it was originally launched in pebble blue and marble white options but according to sammobile it is soon to be joined by titan grey, onyx black and garnet red options.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is also set to receive the same treatment. This was launched a few weeks ago as a replacement to last year’s popular Galaxy Note. The new version has already sold over three million units in the short space of time. It will also be getting several new colour options joining the titanium grey and marble white options which are currently available. These will be ruby wine, topaz blue and amber brown. Visit our website to find the top Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini Deals and browse the most popular Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Contract Offers.
The new colour options of both devices are set to be showcased at MWC 2013 in Barcelona. It’s been confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini in its new colour variants will hit the market at some point in Q1 2013, but there is currently no word on the availability of a new versions of the Galaxy Note 2. At this point, we also do not know if any of the newcomers will be exclusive to any particular networks are in the UK as was the case with the Samsung Galaxy S3. Once we know we will keep you posted.