Throughout 2012 the Samsung Galaxy S3 has been the most popular smartphone available in the world and at the end of last year we saw a new compact version released by the Korean manufacturers. This device is designed to appeal to consumers who prefer a smaller device than the original version. This new device is set to be released in a number of vibrant new colours.
We first saw the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini released in just two colour options which were Ceramic White and Pebble Blue. Samsung have now introduced four new colour options meaning that consumers can now get the S3 Mini in the same finishes that are available for the original Galaxy S3. The range of colours that are now available include Garnet Red, Onyx Black, Titan Grey and Amber Brown. We have recently seen that models that are available in a range of colours are proving increasingly popular with consumers, a great example of this is the Nokia Lumia 920. By releasing some stylish new designs Samsung are hoping to make their range even more appealing. These new designs are not yet available in the UK, however they are available on the French Samsung site. Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini News
We can expect it to take some time for the company to update all of their sites with all of the new versions of the Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini and it will be even longer before the high street stores get their hands on these colourful new models. The attractive S3 Mini offers users a 4 inch display where as the Galaxy S3 has a 4.8 inch screen, This larger display is great for performing a multitude of task, however it does make the size of the device a touch on the large side. The S3 Mini is a great handset for those consumers that are looking for great specification teamed with a compact and much more portable design. The S3 Mini also gives users a great 5 mega pixel camera and the latest version of the popular Android operating system. Discover the best Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini promotions here
We can expect to see the new colour variations of the Samsung Galaxy Mini in the near future in the UK and they should prove to be a hit with consumers.