Samsung Galaxy Note 7 launches in China but no 6GB of RAM spotted anywhere
Samsung got all of the smartphone lovers from all around the world salivating over what would undoubtedly be the fastest and most powerful device ever seen should they witness its launch – the same Galaxy Note 7, but this time around, using 6GB of RAM and packing a massive 128GB internal storage memory.
They then went on to break the hearts of many when they announced that instead of launch it everywhere, they would be selling this one in the Chinese market only. Spelling good news for the good people of China, they just had to wait a while to expect their own launch.
What was most disheartening to this people then would be the fact that Samsung has kept to their word and launched the smartphone in the country but like that we have seen everywhere else, this just has 4GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage memory likewise. They have gone the way they did with the Chinese versions of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge by releasing the variants that run on a QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 chipset in this market also.
Sold for $898 as regards the base model, registrations have already started on the smartphone and you should know that it is recording a big success already, having up to one million registrations in a two-hour period after unveiling.
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