The 6GB Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with 128 GB Storage May Still Exist
When Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7 last week, a lot of people were left disappointed that the handset only had 4 GB of RAM as opposed to the many leaks that talked about 6 GB of RAM.
Samsung may yet launch a 6GB variant of the Galaxy Note 7, According to regulatory documents filed with the Chinese Industry and Information Technology Ministry. The Samsung SM-N9300 with 128 GB of Storage and 6 GB of RAM may be launched in certain countries interested in an overload of specifications including China and possibly India.
Samsung did launch a 128 GB variant of the Note 5 in china last year and is expected to do the same this time around.
The 6GB variant will be more expensive to say the least and the Note 7 has already gotten a lot of people excited for the segment. However, there is little difference in the Note 7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge for those who do not use the S Pen and Samsung may want to give a boost to the specs game by upping the RAM and Storage.
We are also seeing CDMA capabilities in the below filing that means that the phone could work on both GSM and CDMA.
Hopefully the company will launch the same variant in India when it launches the phone later this week on August 11.