Samsung Galaxy S3, the  current Android King is out and gathering fans under his sway. You already know impressive its features are and what makes it such an appealing smartphone to have. I can give you just one example, the Smart Stay function has been so successful that it made resourceful developers invent a similar function for all the Android smartphones out there!


Sadly for those out there that value design and looks, the Samsung Galaxy S3, at its official launch, was released only in two colors: Pebble Blue and Marble White. It seems as if these are neutral colors would suit everybody, but let’s agree, nothing can be as standard and mainstream as the black color. And we have obvious evidence that a black version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 is on the cards!

Black Samsung Galaxy S3 could be soon launched

The black version of the Samsung Galaxy S3 has appeared on Samsung Olympic’s Facebook page, being spotted by Softpedia. Pebble Blue and Marble White are the universally available colors for Samsung Galaxy S3, but you should also know that AT&T has in its offer the Garnet Red color, and there was clear indication that more colors will appear in the future.


The picture with the black Samsung Galaxy S3 has been spotted here and it appears to be pretty legit. Also, another image on the same album seems to be showing the same black version of the Samsung Galaxy S3. Releasing more colors for such a top-notch smartphone is a good marketing strategy, as it will surely reach to more customers. From this point of view, I have always wondered how the iPhone can be such a huge success, being released only in those two “immortal” colors: black and white.

Update: Now it’s official, the black color of the Samsung Galaxy S3 has appeared on 2 different UK carriers: Mobilefun UK and Carphone Warehouse (code string found in the database). Now that the black color is expected to hit the market, could Samsung be bold enough to release even more colors?

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