Galaxy S III to come in more colour options, Quad-Core version coming soon to U.S?

Galaxy S III to come in more colour options, Quad-Core version coming soon to U.S?

A few days ago, AT&T officially and exclusively started taking pre-orders for the beautiful Garnet Red Samsung Galaxy S III, but according to Pocket-Lint, Samsung is looking forward to launch Galaxy S III in more colours. They were told by a Samsung spokesperson that they “will be announcing potential colour variants in due course,” which means sooner or later, we might see a Galaxy S III in a new colour.

But that’s not all. There’s another bit of good news telling us about the quad-core Galaxy S III. It’s a known fact that the international Galaxy S III is a quad-core, however the U.S variants are dual-core, thanks to 4G/LTE. But that doesn’t mean States will never see the face of quad-core Galaxy S III. According to a leaked shot of a BestBuy computer screen showing order details of the Samsung Galaxy S III i9300, BestBuy is stocking the Pebble Blue colored international version of Samsung Galaxy S III. The listed price is $799.99, which may bring a slight earthquake in your wallet.

Until we hear some official word from BestBuy, take this with a grain of salt. But if they do officially launch it, are you planning to buy it for a hefty price tag? Tell us in the comment box below.

Source: Pocket Lint, Android Central

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  1. Classic28
    July 16, 23:55 Reply

    Why would any one be so crazy when they can get it on Amazon for much less!!!

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