T-Mobile Getting Rid of the 16GB Galaxy S3 in Pebble Blue?

Well, we've seen carriers like AT&T and Verizon offer more colors of the Galaxy S3 other than Pebble Blue and Marble White. T-Mobile is looking to keep it at just two colors. According to a leaked T-Mobile memo, they are looking to phase out the Pebble Blue color and replace it with the Titanium Gray. Now the Titanium Gray is one of the colors the Galaxy Note 2 comes in, and it looks better than the Pebble Blue in my opinion. Now this hasn't been confirmed, so take this with a grain of salt. And if this does turn out to be true, and you have a Pebble Blue Galaxy S3 on T-Mobile, you'll have a collector's edition pretty soon.

The interesting thing here is that T-Mobile is only phasing out the 16GB model. They will continue selling the 32GB Galaxy S3 in both Marble White and Pebble Blue. While the 16GB version will be available in Marble White and Titanium Gray, if this leaked memo turns out to be true. Also according to the leaked memo, T-Mobile and third-party retailers should have the new Titanium Gray Galaxy S3 in stock starting January 9th. It'll most likely be the same price as the current 16GB Galaxy S2, which T-Mobile is having a sale on right now. It's their year-end "Zero Down Sale".

So while AT&T has Garnet Red in addition to the Pebble Blue and Marble White Galaxy S3's and Verizon has a Black and Brown version of the Galaxy S3 in addition to the Pebble Blue and Marble White colors, T-Mobile will be sporting a color that none of the other carriers have right now. I guess you can think of the Titanium Gray as their "exclusive" edition of the Galaxy S3. Even though the Galaxy S3 has been on sale for a few months now.

So who's going to run out and pick up a Titanium Gray Samsung Galaxy S3, come January 9th? I think it looks great and I know I'd pick it up. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

Source: TmoNews

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