Samsung has introduced a white version of the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone, exclusive available from the Carphone Warehouse.
The phone can be had from as little as £30 per month on a two year contract on O2, Vodafone or Orange and includes at least 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB monthly data allowance.
The introduction of the white Galaxy S comes as Apple has confirmed that the white iPhone 4 won't happen until next spring.
However, as some have noticed, the white bit on the white Galaxy S is very much limited to the back of the smartphone (i.e. the battery cover). The front of the handset is still like the original model.
The handset supports Android OS 2.1 with Froyo expected to arrive fairly soon. The Galaxy S is still a very capable handset with a 4-inch WVGA capacitive touchscreen, 512MB RAM, a 1GHz processor and an array of high end features.
The launch of the white Galaxy S coincides with the news from Samsung that more than three million Galaxy S handsets have been sold in the US alone.
HTC and Sony Ericsson already have white versions of their flagship handsets, the HTC Desire and the Xperia X10. The original handset can be had from T-Mobile for as little as £25 per month on a two year contract or £315 using a sneaky process.