6GB RAM and pricing for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 confirmed for Chinese market
Before the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 at all, we have been hearing the news of a possible 6GB of RAM on the smartphone and when it finally launched with only 4GB of RAM, it disappointed some people but then we thought, what else do we need the extra 2 gigs for asides from the bragging rights that comes with it? Well, these bragging rights might be just what the Chinese market needs as we sighted the device over at TENAA there some days ago and this one had 6GB RAM but since then, it has been pretty elusive.
With the first certification from TENAA came other news that since this would be a dual SIM variant, there would not be space for a media card and as such, the internal space was doubled. Furthermore, new reports from China have now suggested that there might be some truth to this report. According to promotional staff of the device in China, we now know that the device would likely go for a price of 6088 yuan, although we don’t know how true the dual SIM option would be. For the lesser 4GB variant though, the sales would be started at 5699 yuan.
Although the small difference seems like a flimsy price to us, it would be better to go for the larger variant should this be true since the difference is not so large.
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