6GB RAM Galaxy Note 7 Might Still Launch, Retail Box Leaks

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is one of the most powerful devices out in the market at the moment. This is Samsung’s latest flagship phablet which was introduced earlier this month, and it is available in a number of regions already. The Galaxy Note 7 ships with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, and some of you probably noticed some rumors floating around saying that a 6GB RAM (+128GB of storage) variant of this handset is on its way to China. Well, that might still be the case, despite the fact a regular Galaxy Note 7 variant got listed for pre-order in China a couple of days ago.

If you take a look at the image down below, you’ll get to see yet another leak that suggests the 6GB RAM Galaxy Note 7 is a thing. This image seemingly shows off Galaxy Note 7’s specifications listed on the phone’s retail box. If this leak is legit, the 6GB RAM variant of the Galaxy Note 7 might launch in China in the near future, though we still don’t know when exactly. We’ve seen way too many rumors / leaks when it comes to this variant of the device, so chances are Samsung will eventually release it, retail boxes seem to be ready to go. If previous rumors are accurate, this variant of the device might end up costing around $1,050, which would make this one of the more expensive flagships out in the market.

Now, as you can see, this image says that the device will ship with a QHD Super AMOLED panel, 6GB of RAM and that it will be fueled by a 64-bit octa-core processor. Furthermore, the 12-megapixel rear-facing and a 5-megapixel front-facing snappers are listed here as well, and so are 4G LTE details as well. This more or less confirms that this variant of the Galaxy Note 7 will be identical to the regular one, aside from its RAM and storage details, of course. In addition to all this, it is worth mentioning that the Galaxy Note 7 is made out of metal and glass, has IP68 certification for water and dust resistance, and it ships with the new and improved S Pen stylus. For those of you who would like to know more about the device by checking out our full review, click here.

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