When Samsung's Galaxy S III launched earlier this year, the phone was available in two colours: ceramic white and pebble blue. Not too long ago, AT&T got an exclusive red version of the phone, and the last few weeks have brought rumours that a black model is in the works. Last week, UK retailer Expansys put the black model up for pre-order. Today, another UK retailer, Clove.co.uk, seems to have confirmed its existance.
Several websites cite Clove as saying the black Galaxy S III will be available in October. Clove seems to have removed any mention of a release date from its Black Galaxy S III page, though. At time of writing, there was just a form to fill out if you wanted to be notified of availability. However, the retailer does still list the phone as having 64GB of storage. This means the black Galaxy S III will have double the storage of the blue and white models of GSIII. These are only available in 16GB and 32GB iterations.
Clove doesn't have any details on pricing at the moment, but we're assuming it'll be a bit more expensive than the blue or white models based on that bump in storage. It's not yet clear if this black model will be exclusive to the UK market, but we'll let you know if we hear anything about availability elsewhere in the world.