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Check out these leaked renders for the new Samsung Galaxy S III mini colors

Check out these leaked renders for the new Samsung Galaxy S III mini colors
Back in November, we let you know that a tipster was passing along the news that some new colors were coming to the Samsung Galaxy S III mini. The device currently comes in Marble White and despite the prestige of sharing a name with the flagship Android handset, the difference between this model and the full sized Samsung Galaxy S III is more than just size. Size isn't everything you know, and in this case, the specs on the mini are the victim of a well-timed ax blow. Still, there are those who would prefer a 4 inch screen than a 4.8 inch display. And with Android 4.1 installed, the Samsung Galaxy S III mini is truly a serviceable device. And now, thanks to leaked renders of the handset wearing its new colors, it looks as though there will soon be three new options for buyers of the phone.

The leaked renders of the new color options for the Samsung Galaxy S III mini include Titan Gray, Garnet Red and Onyx Black. Those are in addition to the original Marble White. The Samsung Galaxy S III mini is not coming to the U.S. which Samsung promised to Apple in return for the latter agreeing to remove the device from its patent suit that will go to trial next year. Samsung argued that the phone was not available in the U.S. and should be removed from Apple's suit. Apple, in turn, pointed out that it was able to get multiple orders of the phone shipped to a U.S. address by Amazon.

The leaked renders did not come with any clue as to when we might see these new colors available for buyers, although previous reports mentioned that the new colors would be available no later than the current first quarter of 2013.

source: SamMobile via AndroidCentral

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