Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with 128GB/6GB RAM confirmed, headed for China only
We told you sometimes ago that we saw a device which we believed to be the newly launched Galaxy Note 7 from Samsung getting a certification from TENAA but that the specs we saw on this one was not like that on the officially launched version. This variant has a dual SIM port with one being a hybrid SIM tray and the juiciest of the gist had to be the 6GB RAM we reported but was refuted by another news days later.
Well, good authorities have now confirmed that the news was actually true and that in China, there would indeed be a variant of the device that would have 6GB of RAM. The Mobile President of Samsung, DJ Koh, has confirmed that here is truly a version like this and that it even has 128GB of RAM on board.
Apparently, this variant was made to be in competition with other manufacturers that give their users very high storage capacities straight from the box. By the sounds of the plans Samsung has on ground, they are trying to gauge the demand for this kind of variant by talking to carriers first lest they invest in this part and lose large.
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