After the problems with paint on the back covers of the Pebble Blue version of Samsung Galaxy S3 , there are reports that the white version of the smartphone is also posing problems as small cracks have been reported on the rear cover.
A readers of Phone Arena claims that while removing the cover of the phone, the owner found that there were several small cracks on the back cover at the edges of the camera.
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Before the S3's market launch, there were reports suggesting manufacturing difficulties for the Pebble Blue model.
Samsung had to destroy some 600,000 Pebble Blue battery covers as they were defective; this and this resulted in delay in arrival of the blue-coloured Galaxy S3.
Samsung has pinned expectations on its latest Galaxy smartphone - Samsung Galaxy S3 - to surpass the 10 million figure in sales in July, even though the world's top mobile phone maker struggles to keep up with demand because of component shortages.
Samsung began sales of the Galaxy S3 in Europe on May 29 and released the smartphone through all major mobile US carriers last week.