When Samsung made announcement about its Galaxy S III, the brand also disclosed that upon launch the smartphone will be obtainable in two different color editions comprising marble white and pebble blue.
But, when the cellular phone hits the Indian markets, as planned, the only color choice, which will be obtainable, will be the marble white edition, whereas the pebble blue edition will be accessible only by June’s second week.
According to a report by GSMArena, Samsung met them to divulge that the postponement was because of the company's try to supply their clients with the superlative internal quality measures.
The declaration by Samsung reads, “Samsung’s Galaxy SIII Pebble Blue version comes with a newly invented blue color and special hyper-glaze material.”
With the intention to meet up the peak internal quality measures and to offer up the top quality Galaxy SIII to clients, a short supply of Pebble Blue edition is expected in a few zones by the coming 2-3 weeks.
The company is working hard to make sure that clients will get the Pebble Blue colored devices as shortly as possible.
But, the company’s internet site goes on to specify that an unidentified source has informed them that there in fact was a manufacturing fault in the front and rear panels of the handset.
This error was exposed after the cellular phones had been shipped to retail merchants.