If you’re interested to experience the best of Android in a smartphone, you might want consider to buy Samsung Galaxy S III. It is currently run on Android 4.0.4 (definitely upgradable to Android 4.1) and powered with a pretty damn powerful quad-core processors. No wonder why Samsung manage to record good sales number with this handset. Report said that there are total of 9 millions pre-order of Galaxy S III was made, one week after the handset unveiled on London!
Most of US carriers like Sprint, T-Mobile, and AT&T now have Galaxy S III on their shelves. Customers should be able to pick between the pebble blue or white marble edition. If you need an unique look, you may go to AT&T stores and pick your “Garnet Red” Galaxy S III there. But in most places, Galaxy S III is only available in white and blue.
However, we might be able to see Samsung Galaxy S III released with alternative color in the near future. Android Police is recently noted that Samsung Galaxy S3 Black was spotted at the company’s product database! There is no need to ask about it’s legality. This is the same source that Android Police was used to tell us that the original Galaxy S III will be released in white and blue.
Just like always, there is no detailed explanation about when the handset will finally available for purchase. Guess that we have to wait for couple of months before we finally manage to see an actual unit of black Galaxy S III. Samsung seems pretty busy with their plan to release Galaxy Note 2 at IFA 2012 Berlin and Galaxy Note 10.1 in New York. But personally, i am not too interested in makeup changes. Black version kinda look elegant for professional users, but i still love to use the white edition.
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