With the announcement of Galaxy Note 7, we only got to see the 4GB RAM version, not realizing that right under our nose, there’s a 6GB RAM version that has been certified as well. The 6GB of RAM will not have 64GB of internal memory like the like the 4GB RAM model, but it will feature 128GB of storage instead.
According to the latest pricing leak, Galaxy Note 7 will carry a price of 6088 Yuan, which when converted, brings us to a grand total of $917. For the 6GB RAM version, we have to say that this is a very cheap upgrade, since the unlocked price tag of the original model is $849. Naturally, we will give this leak some time to spread and wait for more concrete news to come through, but at this current time, we actually thought that Samsung was going to charge you an arm and a leg for the upgraded version.
Unfortunately, the only drawback at this current time is that you might not get a chance to purchase the upgraded version most likely because it could be regionally exclusive to China and Korea. Once again, take this leak with a pinch of salt and we’ll wait and see if Samsung does intend to release an upgraded variant globally.
The Galaxy Note 7 comes with a 5.7-inch Quad HD display and it’s also the first smartphone to possess the protection of Gorilla Glass 5. There are a total of two chipset variants; one is armed with a Snapdragon 820 while the other one is running Samsung’s own Exynos 8890. Despite having just 64GB of internal memory, you do have an option to expand that storage up to 256GB thanks to a microSD card slot.