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Verizon Reveals Galaxy S III In Brown, Black

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Oct 9, 2012, 8:26 AM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome
updated Oct 9, 2012, 8:29 AM

Verizon recently posted a teaser on its web site for "sapphire black" and "amber brown" versions of the popular Samsung Galaxy S III. The phone is currently available only in blue and white in most places, although AT&T also carries an exclusive red version. Verizon's site says that the new colors are "coming soon" and encourages customers to sign up for email updates on availability. The brown and black colors have already debuted elsewhere around the world, along with a "titanium grey" color.

more info at Verizon Wireless »
more info at Engadget »



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Oct 9, 2012, 9:00 AM

Will it come in the 64GB model?

I remember something along the lines of the 64GB model coming in Black a few months ago.
Must be looking like a SLOW news day....

Wish Sprint would get in in Red...... Not that I would buy it in Red just looking for something different...
Unfortunately, no 64GB model in the US from what he said. My sup tried to justify it because the SD card slot now has capability to support 64GB sd cards..yet that was always the case when it was first announced.

Got a first hand look at the Note ...

Oct 9, 2012, 7:20 PM

Does it really matter what color it is???

i,m just guessing, but most people buy covers and shields for these phones now. so the color seems to be irrelavent. just my opnion... Rolling Eyes
A lot of people throw hissy fits if the color they want isn't available. You'd be surprised.

Oct 9, 2012, 10:35 AM

Oooo, Brown

Now THERES a popular colour....
Amber Brown?

I think I knew her back in my college days...
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