Vodaphone UK now shipping pebble blue Samsung Galaxy S III

Vodaphone UK now shipping pebble blue Samsung Galaxy S III

Late to the party, but at least it’s showing up. The infamous “pebble blue” Samsung Galaxy S III is coming out of it’s shell a little more, shipping for Vodaphone UK customers… finally. Stock first started being delivered in Australia and Europe earlier this month. It should definitely be noted that the 16GB version is the one shipping to waiting hands, while we have no news on the 32GB version, which – in the UK – is exclusive to Vodaphone. According to the over-the-pond carrier:

We have now received stock of the pebble blue 16GB Samsung Galaxy SIII, all customers who pre-ordered this device before 7pm on Tuesday 29 May will start to receive their phones from tomorrow (8 June).

We’re continuing to work closely with Samsung to secure stock of the 32GB pebble blue Samsung Galaxy SIII as soon as possible, and will update this thread as soon as we have more information.

If any of our friends in the UK are either getting theirs or not, be sure to let us know in the comments.

via eurodroid

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