KOREAN PHONE GIANT Samsung has accidentally unveiled a black Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone on Facebook, for those not too keen on the blue and white models.
On its Samsung Mobile Facebook page, the company has posted an image of a black Samsung Galaxy S3 handset, a model which has yet to be formally announced. However, the image all but confirms that the black model will soon be making its debut here in the UK, as the phone was pictured next to the Olympic Stadium in London.
Samsung was unable to comment on rumour, but last month it told The INQUIRER that it "will be announcing potential colour variants in due course" for the UK after launching a red-flavoured model in the US.
The black Samsung Galaxy S3 likely has the same specifications as its blue and white siblings, handsets which have already sold in the tens of millions worldwide. This means those eyeing up the handset can expect to find a 4.8in touchscreen, a quad-core processor, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Samsung's Touchwiz user interface, an 8MP camera with HD 1080p video, a 1.9MP front-facing camera and up to 64GB of internal storage.
There's no word yet as to when Samsung will launch the black Galaxy S3. µ
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