Samsung Galaxy Note 7 came with 4GB of RAM on board shattering hopes of people who were expecting that Samsung will offer users with 6GB of RAM.
According to a new report, Samsung may launch the Galaxy Note 7 with 6GB of RAM in the near future, but only for the Chinese market.
Recently, the Galaxy Note 7 with 6GB of RAM was spotted on Geekbench website as well as on the Chinese Industry and Information Technology Ministry. The 6GB variant spotted came with 128GB of internal storage so it’s possible that we may get to see it in the near future. Not to forget that Samsung also introduced the 128GB Galaxy Note 5 variant for China last year so it’s possible.
Why China? Well, we all know that manufacturers there have released phones lately with 6GB of RAM with the most notable one being OnePlus 3. OnePlus 3 ships with a whopping 6GB of RAM on board — although it’s not a necessity as many the current operating system and apps don’t require that much, no matter how heavy the app is. It may look good, but running too many apps in the background or power intensive apps with have a negative effect on the battery life of the handset.
It remains to be seen if Samsung will introduce a 6GB variant of the handset for Chinese market. We’ll update you if that happens.
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