Earlier in the month Samsung unveiled a couple of new shades of their Galaxy SIII smartphone with Garnet Red, Sapphire Black and Amber Brown all launching very soon. Now they've unveiled a Pink version of their flagship smartphone in Korea.
The new Pink Galaxy S3, which can be viewed above, has a much softer and is generally a much nicer shade than the garish pink we often see on smartphones. It'll hit the stores next week in Samsung's native Korea and we've yet to get confirmation that it'll launch in the UK.
3G can see the Pink version proving very popular and we think it'd be a smart move for Samsung to get it on the market as soon as possible. They also need every advantage over Apple they can get right now and this new shade would offer them a level of uniqueness.
In the UK you can already pickup the Galaxy SIII in Pearl White and Pebble Blue with the Black, Brown and Red colours mentioned earlier due to become available anyday now. While, an LTE version in Titanium Grey will be available exclusively from EE in a couple of weeks time.
Three currently have some great Samsung Galaxy SIII including a £31 a month deal which gets you 2,000 minutes, 5,000 texts and unlimited data. You can choose the smartphone in either Pebble Blue or Pearl White for an up-front fee of just £29.
By Simon Thomas on 24th September, 2012