The Samsung Galaxy SIII was leaked last week and now we've heard more details about the new version of Samsung's smartphone.
The crew over at The Clove reported that the Black version of the Galaxy S3 will have 64GB of on-board memory. The smartphone is also expected to launch at the end of October , but sadly we don't have any details about the price at this time.
The 64GB of on-board memory can be expanded with the use a of a microSD card up to 128GB of memory, which is a whopping amount of storage for a smartphone. Apparently, at the same time as the Black version hits you'll also be able to pickup 64GB versions of both the Pebble Blue and Pearl White versions of the Galaxy SIII.
Interestingly, earlier in the year we heard that Samsung had cancelled the 64GB version of the Galaxy SIII, but this information appears to have been false. However, 3G should stress that the new 64GB model is yet to be officially confirmed by Samsung themselves.
We'll keep you updated on all the latest developments related to the launch of the new version of Samsung's flagship smartphone.
By Simon Thomas on 20th August, 2012