But it will only be available in China.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is already one of the most impressive devices to be released, considering its top of the line specifications and its all-too-impressive S-Pen accessory. The Galaxy Note 7 is already powered by an octa core processor that some with 4 GB of RAM along with 64 GB of internal storage.
If you think that’s already powerful, word has it is that Samsung is planning to launch an even faster variant of the Galaxy Note 7, which includes 6 GB of RAM and a massive 128 GB of storage. But there’s a catch: they’re only launching this version of Chinese customers.
9to5Google states that this may be due to the fact that Samsung’s mobile sales are on the decline in the region, and that releasing a variant exclusive to the market might help with profits.
But specifications like these do come at a high cost – considering that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 already cost 2999 AED here, we’re guessing it will cost more in China.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is unarguably one of the best smartphones around, but if you’re looking for a device with almost similar specs, you can check out the OnePlus 3 that also features 6 of RAM and costs nearly half as much as the Note 7.