Samsung launched the fabulous Note 7 couple of weeks ago and the smartphone world is still reeling under its aftereffects. But it comes to knowledge that the Korean smartphone maker may be preparing another version of the handset that has advanced specs than the regular note 7. mind you that the normal Note 7 isn’t slow by any means.
It uses top specs such as 4gb of fast RAM, 64GB of internal default storage, an Edge display, and iris scanning. But Samsung is hell bent on pushing the limit of what a smartphone can offer.
From the TENAA certification page, we see a version of Note 7 that not only has 128 GB of internal default storage but also a whopping 6 GB of memory. Readers have to Note that the phone also comes with an expandable storage slot. Disappointingly, this version of the phone is only meant for the Chinese market.
And of course, Samsung would be charging more money for the upgraded specs. The regular note 7 is already an expensive phone at $850 as opposed to the $750 launch price of Note 5. This Note 7 pro version will cost an extra $60. That’s a nominal price for added memory and double the amount of storage.