Samsung still hasn't said much of anything about the black Galaxy S III that's been popping up online recently, but that hasn't stopped another U.K. retailer from talking up the unannounced handset. Today Clove Technology updated its blog to share some news about the black Galaxy S III, claiming that the device will come in a 64GB variant and will be available (at least to those in the U.K.) in early October. Unfortunately for prospective buyers, Clove doesn't have any information on how much this capacious Galaxy S III might cost.
Samsung first mentioned the existence of a 64GB Galaxy S III back when the device was first introduced in May. We've yet to see the device actually launch anywhere, but the company recently promised that it's still due sometime later this year. Since the Galaxy S III can accept microSD cards up to 64GB in size, the 64GB model could hold as much as 128GB of storage, making it the model to get for folks that need as much memory as possible. As for when we might see this (or any) black Galaxy S III here in the U.S., the black device was recently spotted on T-Mobile's website, but there's been no word on any possible launch dates. Would any of you be interested in either a black Galaxy S III or a 64GB version of Samsung's flagship handset?