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Wednesday, 20 June 2012 09:19

Blue Samsung Galaxy III available in Europe

Written by Fuad Abazovic



€569 in Germany, still no 64GB


There has been a lot of fuss about the shortage of blue Samsung Galaxy III handsets that failed to show at launch and we can confirm today that it’s not that hard to find anymore.

The Samsung Galaxy S3 i9300 16GB blue originally listed at €588 at launch is now available from big German retailer Saturn for €569 without any delivery charge. Once you add the credit card / pay pall surcharge or €4.99 they will ship it to you in whole Germany for €573.99, or you can simply pick one up in one of the 43 stores that has them in stock. For our US readers, Saturn would be the equivalent of Best Buy.

Many of the companies listed here will ship in many other European countries.

The white version is currently selling for some €10 less and it is available in 16GB or 32GB, but not in 64GB. Most European telecoms are offering Samsung Galaxy III in both white and blue but some of them will want you to wait for a while for the blue one, but this is definitely something that depends from telecom to telecom.

The wait is over and if Samsung and its S Voice have impressed you and you wanted the blue one, it is available. 

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