We already reported about Samsung teasing a black Galaxy S III on the official Samsung Olympics page and we've come to learn a few more details since that original spotting. While Samsung continues to stay silent about the possibility of a black Galaxy S III, its partners haven't done quite so well.
Said to be sporting 64GB of internal storage, this is a feature that Samsung had said would be coming later this year. Clove, a UK partner of Samsung has put up a landing page and plans to offer pre-orders as soon as full launch details are known. This black Galaxy S III will be the first version of the phone to come with that much storage.
Of course, Samsung is playing coy. Considering they refuse to acknowledge that it is coming, it should come as no surprise that we don't know exactly when it will be unveiled or what the slightly tweaked handset will cost. However, sources are reporting that it should make an appearance this October, just in time for the Christmas rush.
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