The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage may hit the shelves in China in early September.
The smartphone maker launched the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 7 on Aug. 2 and claims that the Galaxy Note 7's CPU is 31 percent more powerful and its GPU is 58 percent more capable.
"Galaxy Note 7 brings several upgrades on board from a faster and more adept processor to a better GPU. With this kind of muscle under the hood, as well as 4 GB of RAM, you have the power to do more, go far," says Samsung.
However, many customers were disappointed as the handset packs in 4 GB of RAM as opposed to the expected 6 GB of RAM.
A previous Tech Times report pointed that a Galaxy Note 7 model with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage appeared on GeekBench, which excited many fans, but this model is expected to be launched only in China.
Samsung has not revealed any detail about a Galaxy Note 7 with bigger RAM and more internal storage, but latest rumors now suggest that preorders of this version will start in China on Aug. 26 and hit the shelves on Sept. 2.
The regular Galaxy Note 7 with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage will be priced at 5,688 yuan in China, or $854. Rumors claim that the 6 GB model of the phablet will have a slightly steeper price tag of 6,088 yuan or $914.
Fortunately, other hardware specs such as the processor, battery and camera remain the same in the 4 GB and 6 GB models of the Galaxy Note 7.
A number of smartphones with 6 GB of RAM such as the OnePlus 3 and ZTE Axon 7 have made their way to the market in 2016. All previous mobile phones in the Galaxy Note series included the best specs and customers were hoping that the Galaxy Note 7 would be at par with these handsets.
Smartphones are used to perform a number of tasks and high RAM is preferred by customers for uninterruptible experience. It is worth noting that phones with 4 GB of RAM are swift enough to offer a seamless user experience.
As Samsung has not confirmed any detail about a Galaxy Note 7 with 6 GB of RAM, rumors should be treated with a pinch of salt.
However, if Samsung indeed launched a Galaxy Note 7 with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB internal storage in China, then customers would hope the handset manufacturer also releases the model in other regions in the near term.