NZtechfreak:networkn: I believe the 32GB for the S3 is available though quite rare, I am pretty sure one of the regulars from the S3 thread has one, he did wait a couple of months for it though. I am not aware of the situation on the other models as I don't own those phones nor need or have desire for anything larger than 16GB because I have a 64GB SD Card. It is a little strange however that it seems Samsung is a little reticent in their delivery of higher capacity models I guess. Perhaps they don't see the need based on a relatively low demand?
Depending on your use though expansion with cards may not be an answer any longer. Now that apps and their data are installed to the internal SD the ~9.something GB free on the S4 internal SD may not be enough. This is particularly true for gamers, with some high quality game installs in the 1.8-2GB+ range...
Personally I think it is high time that 32GB became the base internal storage for non-budget Android devices, if you look at most of the other OEMs this year that is what they have moved to (HTC, Sony, ASUS). Naturally Google Nexus devices will continue to come in crippled internal storage capacities to drive traffic and data to their cloud services, but the other OEMs have no good excuse in my book.
In relation to 32GB S3s, yeah, a number of months after the initial release these did become available but they are hard to find. The 64GB model of course never came at all.
they became available a couple of months of later and were off the market in a couple of months too. I totally agree with Murray that 9.5 GB available memory isnt going to please a lot of people.