Samsung have unveiled a new 4G LTE version of their Samsung Galaxy SIII which will be available exclusively on EE (Everything Everywhere) in the UK.
Users who purchase the 4G LTE version of the smartphone will benefit from the increased speeds brought by the new wireless technology and can also enjoy a new exclusive shade of Samsung's best-selling smartphone.
Samsung also unveiled a number of new shades of the standard Galaxy SIII including a "Garnet Red" version (pictured above) , which will be available from the Carphone Warehouse. It'll be entering into stock very soon and 3G thinks it's a nice shade for those looking for something a little bit different.
Samsung also announced that later this year in the UK the Galaxy SIII will become available in Sapphire Black and Amber Brown. The Black version will please many fans of the dark-side who were unhappy not to see it available when the Galaxy SIII launched earlier in the year.
By the end of 2012 the Galaxy SIII will be available in a choice of 5 colours and one exclusive shade with LTE support. This should be more than enough to please most people, but a pink version of the smartphone is one noticeable omission.
By Simon Thomas on 12th September, 2012