Since its launch, Samsung's Galaxy S III smartphone is only available in white and blue versions. A warehouse employee reports that Samsung is preparing the launch of a black version of its Galaxy S III flagship. The phone is Samsung's most high-end consumer model and runs on the quad-core Exynos 4412 processor with ARMv7 architecture and a 1400 MHz clock frequency. The smartphone has a 4.8" screen with a 1280x720 pixel resolution.
While the information seems unreliable, the same source apparently revealed that the Galaxy S III would be available in blue and white versions. Furthermore, it seems logical that the Galaxy S III would have a black version too. An image of the product database has surfaced, revealing the Galaxy S III Black. Samsung's Facebook page also lists an image showing what appears to be a black Galaxy S III (or at least a photoshopped one), a further indication that a black version is indeed in the works. It's possible that the new colour will be revealed during the IFA conference, held in Berlin between August 31st and September 5th.