Fans of the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone who prefer the classic black color over the Pebble Blue and Marble White launch colors or the Garnet Red available to AT&T subscribers may have hope.
The black-colored Samsung Galaxy S III has been spotted on the Carphone Warehouse’s internal stocking database along with the blue and white colors. Carphone Warehouse is a large phone retailer in the UK on which the launch colors of Samsung’s flagship device for 2012 have been spotted prior to the launch. Thus, it carries some credibility. On the other hand, there is some chance of course that it can be a hoax or an error since Samsung has neither confirmed nor denied the rumor. However, to add fuel to the Carphone Warehouse database rumor, photos of a black Samsung Galaxy S III have been found on the Samsung Mobile Facebook page as part of their Olympics Games 2012 promotion.
Judging from the many black smartphones available in the market today, black is still a popular color choice. Apple, which is Samsung’s fiercest competitor, offers it as one of the two color choices for the iPhone along with white. Despite these facts, Samung opted to not launch the S III with the black color option, which not many smartphone manufacturers have done in a long time.
The Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone was unveiled by Samsung back in May 2012 in London. It is believed to be the fastest-selling gadget and is offered by around 300 carriers worldwide. It has furthermore played a large part in increasing Samsung’s revenue in the second quarter of this year. Among its specifications are a quad-core CPU, 1 GB of RAM, Mali-400 MP GPU, Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS, TouchWiz GUI, a 4.8 inch screen, an 8-megapixel rear camera, and a 1.9 megapixel front camera.