Samsung says 64GB Galaxy S III is a go, but only for some regions

18 July, 2012

After UK retailer Expansys started cancelling orders for the 64GB variety of the Galaxy S III, we feared that Samsung may have given up on the device. Apparently, that's not the case, as today a company's spokesperson has stepped in to clarify the situation.

Here's what he told Android Central about the Galaxy S III 64GB model being cancelled by retailers in Europe:

"The 64GB model of the GALAXY S III will be available during the second half of this year. The market availability and timing may vary and will be determined at the time of release."

So, Galaxy S III fans who've been waiting for the 64GB model should breathe a sigh of relief, even though the wait isn't over. After all, if you absolutely must have 128GB of storage (with a 64GB microSD card), waiting a couple of extra months shouldn't be that hard.

Unfortunately, Samsung hasn't disclosed the market availability and which regions will enjoy the most expensive version of its flagship smartphone.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous

wat ix da prblm in the casing of s3..?

  • bobbo

Some of us listen to FLAC audio. Storage is a must.

  • Anonymous

I think they should first fix their casing problems and stop bitching about apple doing stuff. I remember their campaign about iphone 4 missing signal bars, i think apple should make fun of their cracked cases now, just for the fun of it. ;) But w...