At this point, the black version of the Galaxy S III has abandoned the "rumor" status and moved into the "yes, it's real, and it's coming soon" realm. Further validating that claim, the black GSIII just showed up on Clove UK.


At this point, the only version that Clove has listed is the 64GB variant. We reached out and inquired about 16 and 32GB variants, but they could neither confirm nor deny whether the device will be available with either of those storage options.

Pricing is also unconfirmed at this point, which is why it's listed sans-fee at the moment.

So, when you can have this black beauty for yourself? We're hearing early October at this point, but we all know how these things go.


Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • http://twitter.com/MrYuzhai *Certified_geekā„¢

    64gb seems a tad overkill..

    • http://profiles.google.com/philbertwilliams Philbert Williams

      No such thing as too much storage lol

    • Mikey_H

      Having owned a HTC Desire, I for one can say that you can never have 'too much' storage. I still can't get my complete music collection on my S2 until 128gb micro sd cards make an appearance.

    • Doan

      64 GB is not overkill, because only those needing that amount of storage will pay the extra costs to get it.

    • umk

      i for one would welcome 256gb phones.

    • andres Pereda

      For most its overkill but there are a select few of us that need more than that. I would get it. it would probably be $150 more than the 32 GB version and even then i think i would need to buy the Sandisk 32 or 64 GB micro sd cards. In this case of memory storage on a phone "Overkill is Overrated". the more the merrier

  • Vanick Ng

    Omg ... gat would be awesome ...

  • wolfkabal

    Too bad we'll probably never see it here in the US.

  • Stormprobe

    64 + 64. Awesome.