Garnet red

Today, Samsung shared its plans to broaden the color spectrum for its breakout Samsung Galaxy S3 hero phone. Not every color will come to every market, and Samsung isn't sharing any availability details just yet.

Already available exclusively for AT&T in the U.S., this "garnet" specimen looks more brick red in real life, but it lightens considerably when hit with light.

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Amber brown

This brown shade looks more chocolately than amber in photos.
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Titanium Grey

The polished, classic color will appeal to those looking for a less flashy look than red, blue, or white.
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Sapphire Black

Hey, wait a second, isn't sapphire blue? Expect this shimmery finish to look blue-black in the light, especially when it catches reflections around you.
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