Samsung has made Galaxy Note7 official earlier this week at an event in New York, followed by London and so on, with some minimal and expected hardware key features. It was already rumored from the past that the Galaxy Note 7 to come with 6GB of RAM memory, but it was announced the 4GB RAM+64GB storage variant. Now, a listing on China’s certification authority TENAA suggesting that there are chances to see the launch of 6GB RAM/128GB Galaxy Note7 storage variant in the upcoming days, after all.
The Chinese telecom regulatory has just added a remark that there will be a version of Galaxy Note7 with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Unlike the Galaxy Note5, which came with both 32GB/64GB storage options, it seems Samsung has decided to release only the 64GB variant for the Note7 phablet, and chances are pretty high for the 128GB variant. While the hardware also comes with hybrid dual SIM support in several regions that eventually allow them use the secondary SIM slot for an expandable microSD card when needed.
The Galaxy Note 7 costs almost $849.99 in the United States and varies depending on the carrier and three T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon are parting it through their plans. Offering more RAM and storage will definitely increase the price of Galaxy Note7 in that matter. Currently, it is not clear when the new 6GB RAM+128GB storage variant of Galaxy Note7 will be released, or if it may go exclusive for China.
What to choose now, the Galaxy Note7 with 4GB RAM/64GB storage variant or spending on a 6GB RAM plus 128GB initiative?
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