6GB/128GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 with dual SIM headed to China
We have known for a while now that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 would be seen in the Chinese market especially since the time that we have seen the device get certified by TENAA. All we didn’t know is the time it would show up here, but we do know it would. Now though, we have information that suggests when the device would start to show up in China and also, another interesting piece of info.
The version that would be launched in the Chinese country would be carrying 128GB internal storage space and if you remember quite well, this was also the variant that we saw get certified by TENAA. There were also reports then that the one that would be heading to China would have 6GB of RAM and this report was quelled at one point but now, we a confirm that the Chinese variant would really pack this amount of gigs.
For the pricing, we don’t know what Samsung has planned already and again, we are at a loss as to whether they would be selling this one internationally. However, we are aware that this variant would be carrying the QUALCOMM snapdragon 820 chipset instead of the Exynos processor and lately, it would have a double SIM support. As regards launch date, the device would launch officially on the 26th of this month.
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