The pink Samsung Galaxy S3 in now available for purchase in Korea.
- Photo courtesy of Samsung
This new model was announced last week and is the seventh color for the Galaxy S3, which will also available in Marble White, Pebble Blue, Amber Brown, Garnet Red, Sapphire Black, and Titanium Grey.
The Galaxy S3 Jelly Bean source code was released by Samsung last week.
The company released it for the unlocked international version of the Galaxy S3, as the official update to the software is expected to roll out sometime next month.
The source code was found in Samsung's OpenSource website. The code's release does not mean that the Galaxy S3 will be able to run a stable version of the software.
However, it does mean that Samsung is giving developers a chance to create a Jelly Bean ROM of the highest quality for the smartphone. This would mean that is more stable and better than what has already surfaced on the internet.
The rest of the Samsung Galaxy S3 colors should be arriving in the near future as Samsung released new photos showing them off earlier this month.
The Galaxy S3 launched in White and Pebble Blue, so the addition of the four new colors should boost the company's sales significantly. And with the unveiling of the iPhone 5, Samsung will need something to keep fans interested in what has been one of the most popular smartphones to be released this year.
"By expanding the color range of the Samsung Galaxy S3, we are continuing to evolve the minimal organic design theme of the handset," said Minhyouk Lee, Vice-President and lead designer of Samsung Galaxy S3.
These new photos feature a front and back shot of the additional colors. The Sapphire Black model resembles the Galaxy S2 and Galaxy S.