Samsung Galaxy S3, the flagship smartphone that was unveiled at the Unpacked Event on May 3, 2012, has reached 10 million units of sales in a couple of months of its launch. The handset has received resonant success from across the world despite of complaints regarding its battery life and construction issues.
With the other manufacturers coming up with exciting smartphones, how can the Korean manufacturer keep all the attention on the Galaxy S3? Seems like Samsung has the key to this, as it is prepping to launch a third color option – Black.
Black Samsung Galaxy S3 .. Really?
As of now, Galaxy S3 is available only in two color options – pebble blue and marble white. But, the official Facebook Page of Samsung shows photos of a Black colored variant of the smartphone. However, there is no official announcement about the launch of another color variant.
On the Facebook Page, the company has posted three photos of the smartphone dressed in Black. The handset being a direct rival to the Apple iPhone 5, which is to be launched in September, consumers will have another color option if they do not prefer blue and white options.
Coming to specifications front, the Galaxy S3 sports a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED display with a high definition resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The smartphone is powered by a quad core 1.4 GHz Exynos 4 quad processor and a 1 GB RAM. It features an 8 MP rear camera with autofocus and LED flash and a 1.9 MP front camera that facilitates video calling.
Galaxy S3 comes with Android 4.0 ICS operating system out of the box. However, it will be receiving the Android 4.1 Jellybean update soon. It comes in three variant with 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB internal memory, each with a micro SD card slot. The smartphone packs a powerful Li-ion 2050 mAh battery.
Samsung Galaxy S3 16 GB is available for Rs 38,400 approximately while the 32 GB variant launched recently is available for Rs 41,500 approximately.
So, let us know your thoughts in comments, if Samsung unveils a black variant of Galaxy S3, will it interest you?