Samsung Selectively Rolling Out Galaxy S III 64 GB, Hits Italian Retailer Website First

Samsung announced in July that the 64 GB Galaxy S III model wasn’t discontinued and the public unveiling would occur during the “second half of this year.” As time passed Samsung antics began to lose hope over ever seeing the storage upgrade. But a recent posting by Italian retailer ePrice has brought new life to the Galaxy S III 64 GB model.

The Samsung Galaxy S III 64 GB has appeared on ePrice for €799, or roughly $1,040. It’s very costly due to being an unlocked version of the smartphone. An offering for the 32 GB model of the phone will run the consumer approximately €699, or €100 less than the 64 GB counterpart.

It appears the Samsung has plans to selectively offer the 64 GB Galaxy S III model prior to launching it worldwide. Purchases are limited to Italian citizens until further notice. Samsung was able to confirm that the listing was legitimate  but never divulged if the U.K. or U.S. would come next.

If you’re an Italian citizen you can click here to purchase the 64 GB model of the Galaxy S III smartphone.

Source: Engadget

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