The Samsung Galaxy S III is currently one of the most successful smartphones available on the market, and one of the prime reasons why Samsung has recently announced record breaking profits. With the Galaxy S III still standing on top of the Android powered community, it should come as good news to United Kingdom based consumers that the 64GB variant in black is now available for pre-order, and that as a SIM free option.
Mobile technology specialists, Clove Technology, have used their official blog to make UK based smartphone fans aware that the 64GB version is now available to pre-order. The powerful S III is currently one of the most successful devices in the British mobile space, but currently retails in 16GB and 32GB flavors. The hardcore mobile device users among us have been waiting patiently for Samsung to launch the model with a larger storage capacity, with Clove stipulating that they will be expecting delivery of the handset in approximately two months time.
When you take the larger internal storage and sleek black exterior out of the equation, the Galaxy S III model being offered carries exactly the same specifications as the models currently sold in the UK and other territories. The gorgeous 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display is one of the main reasons why the handset is so popular with consumers around the world. The device is also powered by a quad-core processor and backed up by 1GB of on-board RAM that assists with processor intensive tasks.
Clove are announcing that the unlocked 64GB variant is available immediately for £600 including taxes, with no payment being taken up-front. In order to gauge interest in the device, the company will be using pre-order levels to determine whether or not they should actually stock the device when it is available. Customers who are interested in getting their hands on the new release can register their interest with a pre-order and make payment if and when Clove decides to purchase the handsets in.
It may seem a little unorthodox for the company to actually base stocking the device on early pre-order interest, but it does remove the possibility of ordering devices that no-one actually wants to buy. Chances are that additional companies and online retailers will also be stocking the 64GB Samsung Galaxy S III in the coming weeks for those who are interested.