Samsung Galaxy SIII Black Variant Not to Make its Way to Canada

August 15, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung has confirmed that it has no plans to sell the black version of the Galaxy SIII in the Canadian market.

If you would remember, Samsung had last week announced the arrival of the black Galaxy SIII in the UK market, via retailer MobileFun. Until now the Galaxy SIII is available in only two shades – one in marble white and another in pebble blue color.

Though Sammy fans in Canada would have loved playing with the black variant, the maker has now made it clear that it will not make its way to Canada.

News of the black-hued Samsung Galaxy SIII leaked a few days ago and Samsung didn’t wait for long to announce its launch in the UK marketplace. However, nothing further was elaborated upon.

Rumors, of late, also indicate that Samsung will announce additional color options for its Galaxy SIII by late August at the IFA 2012 trade fair.

The black variant is the international version of the smartphone with HSPA+ support and an Exynos quad-core processor that clocks at 1.4 GHz.

In case hard core Sammy fans in Canada would want the device, they will be able to import the handset for a hefty $800 CDN. But then, would anyone want to part with that amount of money for just a different color?

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