The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 visits TENAA, variant to have 6GB RAM and improved space
While the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is up for pre-orders in the United States already and other parts of the world and as well, set for a release on the 19th of September, the people of China should be looking forward to getting their own variant of this king of big screens now with a sighting reporting that the Chinese variant if the Note 7 has visited TENAA office for certification.
For one, this one would carry a dual SIM tray to enable it better connect to carrier networks over at China and the tray would be made to come in the hybrid format. Asides this, we have also learnt that this variant would carry a massive 6GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 128GB. For one, we do not know what anyone would want to make use of 6 gigs for on a smartphone like this that could easily handle itself with 4GB of RAM but then, let’s give this credit to bragging rights.
The decision to increase the internal storage is a wise one since there would be double SIM trays, leaving no space for the insertion of a microSD card. For a release date, we are not yet certain but this could also follow the way of its US counterparts and be available on the 19th of this month.
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