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Red Samsung Galaxy S III Comes to AT&T On July 29



This Sunday AT&T will have another Samsung Galaxy S III color for Android fans to choose from.

Today AT&T announced that on July 15 it will start pre-orders a Garnet Red version of the Samsung Galaxy S III. The new color will join the current Pebble Blue and Marble White Samsung Galaxy S III colors that every other carrier offers. The Garnet Red Galaxy S III has the same functions as the other two colors, it just stands out a lot more.

While pre-orders for the Garnet Red Galaxy S III start on July 15, the device won’t arrive in stores for another two weeks. Users can walk into stores and buy the new color on July 29.

Unfortunately the Garnet Red seems to carry the same fake brushed metal look of the Pebble Blue Galaxy S III. There’s no real reason for the look, aside from the appearance of added texture. We wish there was an option to get rid of the brushed look, but the only option is to buy the white version of the phone.

Despite the ugly colors on the device, the Samsung Galaxy S III is still one of the best Android phones on any carrier. On AT&T it compete against the HTC One X, which is also a great Android smartphone. The Galaxy S III offers a number of different software features like All Share and S Voice, and a replaceable battery. The HTC One X offers a different experience with Sense 4 and an arguably better screen, but it does has its share of issues.




  1. Ferry Kagchèl

    07/12/2012 at 11:49 am

    I like the colour I really do. It stands out!

  2. joe

    07/12/2012 at 12:21 pm

    good looking phone but the red looks like it would be better suited for girls. I’ll stick to pebble blue for me.

  3. Riley

    07/15/2012 at 6:53 am

    The red GSIII looks great! I would have got one for myself had I known that AT&T was releasing it soon after the others. I bought the white version a few days ago and now I’m just awaiting its arrival! I’m looking forward to using AT&T’s LTE network because my Dish coworkers recommend it. I like streaming my live and recorded TV to my current phone through the Sling Adapter I have connected to my receiver at home. I can’t begin to explain how useful it was while waiting at the airport for my delayed flight a few weeks ago. I can’t wait to try it on my new phone!

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