Turn Your SGS White
With the recent fashion for white phones, Samsung released the white version of the popular Galaxy S i9000 a few months back in certain countries.
XDA forum member sensi_ wanted to be part of this exclusive club and decided his black SGS needed a bit of brightening up. The parts are ordered from Samsung so are genuine OEM plates. However, the XDA member does advise that changes on the plates are a little tricky, so be aware!
Two parts were replaced (back and front), with the bezel left untouched. Some members have noted that the metal bezel on the white Galaxy S is a few shades lighter than on the black.
For further photographs and more information, head on over to the forum thread.
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