Its not even one week that Samsung has launched the Galaxy Note7 and here come the rumors for Galaxy Note 7 with 6GB RAM. Samsung was going to launch the Note 7 with 6GB RAM but for no reason it was then shipped with 4GB RAM. 4GB RAM is quite enough but a few new listings show that 6GB RAM Galaxy Note 7 model might launch at least in Chinese markets.
Bechmarks from GeekBench and Chinese Industry and Information Technology Ministry both intimate towards the 6GB RAM Galaxy Note 7 model along with 128GB of in-built storage. The current model of Galaxy Note 7 comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage (expandable upto 256GB with microSD).
This is not the first time Samsung is doing such to Asian markets. When it was time for Galaxy Note 5, Samsung had launched the 128GB model only for South Korea. Still the point is not clear why is Samsung willing to launch 6GB RAM Galaxy Note 7 in Chinese markets. 4GB RAM is enough for carrying out high intensive operations on Note 7. 6GB RAM would neither improve performance of Note 7 substantially.
Samsung has great expectations from Chinese market with 6GB model. Chinese manufacturers have smartphones like OnePlus 3, Vivo XPlay 5 Elite and LeEco Le Max 2 who all offer 6GB RAM/128GB storage. Samsung might be launching the 6GB model to stay in specs war with Chinese manufacturers, to maintain the reputation of high-end manufacturer and get listed among top 6GB phones of 2016.
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