Speculation earlier this week that T-Mobile would be offering the Samsung Galaxy S III in Titanium Gray
proved to be spot on. On Thursday, the nation's fourth largest carrier launched the flagship Android handset in the new color scheme. The water cooler buzz suggests that most T-Mobile retail stores have received their inventory
of the Titanium Gray model, which offers 16GB of native storage.
The new model will take the place of the 16GB Samsung Galaxy S III
in Pebble Blue, which will continue to be sold until inventory runs dry. The 16GB Marble White version will still be available and for those who must have the smartphone in Pebble Blue, the 32GB model of the handset will remain available online. Pricing remains the same.