A new piece of evidence has surfaced indicating that Samsung plans to release its upcoming Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone in two different colors.
The evidence comes courtesy of GSMArena and it depicts an internal inventory screen from Carphone Warehouse, a retailer based in the United Kingdom. The screenshot reveals not only the possible ‘Galaxy S3’ moniker for the next phone but also that it should be arriving in two colors.
Both blue and white are listed here so it’s safe to assume that the blue variant will be available at the start and hopefully, because it’s listed here, the white option will be available on release day as well.
This is the second time that we’ve heard blue and white for the Galaxy S III so it’s pretty safe to assume that this is going to be the case.
Even though this leak confirms something that we’ve heard before, we’re going to have to wait until tomorrow’s announcement in London to find out for sure.
That’s because Samsung has done a fantastic job of keeping this device under wraps until its official unveil.
The only detail that Samsung has confirmed thus far is that the ‘Next Galaxy’ has a 1.4GHz Exynos quad-core processor on board. And even then, there are still some stones that are unturned.
Apparently, Samsung will release two versions of the Galaxy S III. One with a quad-core processor, and one with 4G LTE capabilities that sports a Qualcomm dual-core S4 Snapdragon processor.
Qualcomm’s S4 can be seen in action against a quad-core processor in the video below.
HTC did something similar with its release of the HTC One X.
Other than that, the phone remains a relative mystery. We’ve heard that it might feature a 4.8-inch display. We’ve heard that it might have a 12MP rear camera. We’ve heard that it might have 1GB of RAM. And we’ve heard that it might have a 2050mAh battery amongst other things.
However, at this point, the device, even it’s name, remain shrouded in mystery.
Fortunately, we won’t have to wait long to find out what Samsung has up its sleeve because tomorrow is May 3rd, the date that Samsung will officially show off its new device to the world.
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