Galaxy Note 7 Reportedly to Come with 6GB RAM and 128GB Storage
Previously in start of the year, rumor world was jam-packed with the Galaxy Note 7 renders. Millions of rumors suggested that the phablet will supports 6GB of RAM with 128GB native storage but we didn’t see that variant. On August 3 Samsung Launched Galaxy Note 7 in an event in New York, the device comes in 4GB of RAM with 64GB internal storage.
However, this is not end of the story another variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is yet to land in the market. Latest update is coming from TENNA listing, the added a statement that there would be another variant of the phablet with 128GB storage and 6GB RAM.
The Note Series follows Galaxy S series in terms of specifications, while phablet carries plenty of unique and admirable features as compared to Galaxy S series. One prominent feature of the device is its iris scanner which enhances security of the smartphone. The company plans to advance its unique feature by connecting it with third parties such as banks and much more.
We expect that the pro phablet will house all those features that are in standard Galaxy Note 7 model. At this point there is no information regarding price of the upcoming model, but we anticipate hearing about it soon. One thing is confirmed that the device will be faster and powerful than current Galaxy Note 7 model. It would be a great choice for those people who look for huge space to save apps, games and other files.
Rumors suggest that pro phablet will be launched first in China and then it would be released in other countries. However, standard Galaxy Note 7 model was launched in USA so anything can happen concerning the launch of the device. Find out details of Galaxy Note 7 features and specifications.