The Samsung Galaxy S3 with 64 GB of storage has been made available for pre-order for the first time in the UK.
Previously, consumers could only purchase 16 or 32 GB models. More internal memory means an owner can keep additional music, video, image and application files on their smartphone.
However, the device already features a micro SD slot, which allows owners to store up to 32 GB extra data on a removable card. These cost around £20.
Online retailer Clove is allowing customers to order this new handset in black for £600. The Carphone Warehouse currently sells the SIM-free 16 GB version for £499.95.
The South Korean company recently celebrated reaching 30 million unit sales of the popular smartphone, which has scooped T3 and Mobile Choice Phone of the Year, plus Gadget of the Year at the Stuff Awards 2012.
Users looking for a cheaper and more low-spec version of the device could opt for the new Galaxy S3 Mini, which will go on sale November 8th.
Posted by Peter Robinson