Samsung Galaxy S III Now Available in Pebble Blue Colour

Posted on June 8, 2012. Filed under: Mobile, Technology | Tags: , , , , , , |

Until now white colour was available, but now Samsung’s eStore will be offering the phone in pebble blue colour.


Samsung Galaxy S III is now available in pebble blue colourin India from the Samsung eStore. Till now the phone wasavailable in white colour only in India .
Samsung eStore has informed us through a communication that the store is also offering assured freebies worth Rs 3,798 with every purchase.
The freebies include Samsung HM 1700 Mono Bluetooth in Black colour worth Rs 2299 (claimed), and a flip cover thatthe store claims is worth Rs 1,499.
However, the store is offeringa high price of Rs 42,500 whileother sites like Saholic, and Flipkart are offering it at Rs 38,900. And the combined value of the two freebies being offered by Samsung eStore is not more than Rs 2,000 in real terms (not the MRP). Infact if you write a review of the device after purchase on Saholic , you can get additional Rs 1000 cash back.
So if you are not so keen on the colour, then there is no point to buy it from Samsung eStore, and in any case the colour will be available at other stores shortly too.

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