Black Samsung Galaxy S III 64GB coming to the UK in October

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Not only did the rumors that Samsung cancelled the 64GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S III turn out to be false, but now we actually have a rough launch target. Clove UK blogged that the upcoming black version of the phone will be packing 64GB of storage.
They don't have pricing info yet, but the phone should be available in early October. The black Galaxy S III will also be available with 16GB of storage - MobileFun already has it on preorder (£500) and so does Expansys (same price). There's no availability date info on their sites though.
In case you want the 64GB of built-in storage but prefer the standard Pebble White and Marble Blue colors - Expansys is expecting those too.
Those are all UK retailers, but the black Samsung Galaxy S III will be available across the pond too, as it showed up on T-Mobile USA's web site. It wasn’t clear how much storage that one will have.
There's one more color version of the S III - Garnet Red, which is currently exclusive to AT&T. We don't know if and when we might see this one go international and there's still no clear info which regions will get the 64GB version of the Samsung flagship.


While Samsung has only released the Pebble Blue and Marble White variants of the Samsung Galaxy S III so far, the Black version is expected to come out in October according to Clove.

No pricing has been revealed yet for the device and as a result, you cannot pre-order it as of now. But it is expected to git the stores sometime in October in the 64GB variant.

This would be the 4th colour variant for the Galaxy S III but it will be available unlocked unlike the Red colour variant that is exclusive to AT&T so far. 64GB internal memory would also mean you have a total storage space of 128GB if you couple it with a 64GB microSD card.
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