Galaxy S3 with 64GB Coming soon says Samsung, with Jelly Bean
Amid rumors that the 64GB Samsung Galaxy S3 variant is dead, Samsung has confirmed on Friday that it will still release the most expensive Galaxy S3 variant during the second half of this year. The 16GB and 32GB Samsung Galaxy S3 models are already available in the UK and other countries.
For starters, the Samsung Galaxy S3 supports additional storage thanks to its MicroSD card slot, but some customers might want to add an extra 32GB built-in storage, and the only way to do this is by getting a 64GB model. Samsung said it will release the 64GB model internationally before the end of this year — and it is safe to say that it will come with Android Jelly Bean.
Apparently, Samsung is widely expected to release the Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S3, and to beat its Android rivals like HTC, ASUS and Motorola Mobility, Samsung is reportedly updating its phone from ICS to Jelly Bean as soon as possible.
Android Jelly Bean includes new features like smoother UI courtesy of Google’s “project butter,” new camera application with additional features, new Google search with Google Now, the search giant’s virtual assistant, and other features and bug fixes.
Samsung’s Galaxy S3 is the most popular Android Phone in most countries according to channel checks of some analysts. The latest reports circulating online suggest that Samsung will reach the impressive 15 million sales mark before the end of this month.
Also rumoured is that Samsung may bring out more colours for the 64GB model.
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