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Samsung expands Galaxy S III colour range

Following leaks from earlier in the month revealing a Galaxy S III in black paint, Samsung has today officially acknowledged this by announcing four new colour schemes for its flagship devices.

The four colours are Amber Brown, Garnet Red, Sapphire Black and Titanium Grey. Perhaps the most interesting piece is the interesting marketing words used by Samsung for the descriptions.

“Amber Brown: Inspired by the mysterious and unique gem, which was believed to sustain the secrets of the earth inside it. The deep, rich colour of Amber Brown redefines the classic colour and emphasizes the beauty of the advanced organic design of the GALAXY S III.

Garnet Red: Rare and special, the gemstone Almandite Garnet was worn as an amulet by the ancient Egyptians who believed the stone contained protective powers. Garnet Red holds the delicateness and elegance of Almandite Garnet, in line with the GALAXY S III’s soft curves and smooth lines.

Sapphire Black: A colour that adds the mysterious power of dark stones to the refined, deep sophistication of the colour black, Sapphire Black is inspired by the stones used by the ancient people of India and Persia for protection, with the belief they strengthened one’s willpower.

Titanium Grey: Inspired by the colour grey as a symbol for intelligence, insight and curiosity, all of which are embodied within the design of the GALAXY S III. Titanium Grey expresses the feeling of modernity and wisdom bringing a futuristic element to the handset.”

These four colours will compliment the existing Pebble Blue and Marble White colours. There is no mention on availbility dates but it will depend on country and carrier of choice.

KitGuru says: While not entirely necessary the new colours are sure to give consumers more options.

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