We’ve been hearing and seeing that a 64GB Samsung Galaxy S III would be officially launching soon. While 16 and 32GB of storage is plenty for many users, some want a bit more and are willing to pay a bit more for the added bump.
Thanks to Android Community, the 64GB version of the Galaxy S III is available and if you’re willing to cash out the dough, you can order it now from ePrice. How much dough are we talking? At a price of almost 800 Euros, you’re looking at almost $1,040 US which is definitely up there. Considering the International version of the 32GB Galaxy S III can be picked up for $636.99 unlocked on Amazon, you’re looking at quite the markup.
Not only does the product page specifically say that the storage size is 64GB, but it also has the model name of SAII9300BK-64. If you’re in the market for a Samsung Galaxy S III with more storage, we recommend holding off and saving some cash. This is a sign that the 64GB version will be showing up elsewhere, although there is a chance that it will only be making its way to select markets.
And by select markets we mean the US and Canada possibly not seeing it. Still, if Samsung decides to spread holiday cheer, storage junkies will be able to rejoice, especially when you consider the ability to also use a 64GB microSD card.