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Samsung Galaxy SIII in Pebble Blue Delayed – Suffers Last Minute Quality Fail?

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A suggested production fault has reportedly delayed the arrival of many of the highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy SIII handsets which were due to hit the U.K this Wednesday.

If you’re one of more than 9-million pre-order customers who have already paid for your Galaxy gadget and liked the look of the Pebble Blue edition, rather than the Marble White – this news will without doubt come as a kick in the stones.

The blue casing of around 600,000 devices is said to have been affected by a last minute glitch that prevented the devices from passing quality control checks. The exact fault hasn’t been addressed and no official word has been given as to the real reason for this potentially embarrassing and disappointing hold-up.

A number of web sources are reporting the same thing but we’re treating this as rumour for the time being and hoping the Samsung Galaxy SIII will arrive to all customers in two days. Fortunately the Gadget Helpline will be receiving the Marble White edition and will be offering our readers a series of features on the quad-core Android Ice Cream Sandwich device’s unboxing as well as an overall review including tools such as S Voice and comparison against a leading rival. We will also be following this rumour to bring you the latest developments on the arrival of the Pebble Blue model.

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