Just yesterday Samsung France published new photos of the Samsung Galaxy S III touting a variety of different colors on their website. Consumers will now be able to purchase the Galaxy S III Mini in Titan Gray, Amber Brown, Garnet Red and Onyx Black. These colors are in addition to the already released Pebble Blue and Ceramic White models.
Samsung announced a smaller version of the Galaxy S III last year dubbed the Galaxy S III Mini. The device touts a 4-inch SAMOLED display, a dual core CPU and a 5-megapixel rear shooter. Additionally the device is running Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean and Samsung’s latest version of TouchWiz. Those interested in purchasing the device won’t be able to get in the U.S., as Samsung has no plans to release the device stateside.
The Samsung Galaxy S III Mini recently faced a lawsuit from Apple, but was quickly dropped after Apple found out that Samsung would not be selling the device in the United States. Apple withdrew their allegations ”without prejudice,” which reserves Apple the right to make the accusations again if Samsung so chooses to sell the device in the United States. Keep in mind that Samsung is not choosing to sell the device in the U.S. just because of Apple’s lawsuits, as lawsuits have never stopped Samsung from selling a device in the U.S. before.
You can hit the source link below to check the Galaxy S III Mini out in its variety of colors.
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