By Jaime Rivera | August 28, 2012 9:50 AM
Just as Samsung recently launched a red variant of their Galaxy S III on AT&T, they’ve just made the color global along with additional colors to serve everybody’s wardrobe. As of today you can find the device available internationally in three other colors that also include a trusty adjective: Titanium Grey, Sapphire Black, Amber Brown and the Garnet Red you already saw recently. These join the current Marble White and Pebble Blue that are already in almost every carrier on the market.
According to Samsung, all these new colors are also inspired by nature, even though I can’t really remember that many smartphones sold in brown aside form a couple of weird HTC devices. It’ll most likely be challenging to find all these colors being sold at every store, but this is just to give you an idea of how Sammy plans to aggressively position their new Galaxy S III in the hands of as many consumer as possible. The announcement sadly didn’t include any software or hardware upgrades for the units being sold after today, but we know Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is just around the corner for this device anyways.
Via: GSM Arena