Samsung will over the next one month focus on making its latest high-end smartphone, the Galaxy Note 7, available in most markets. The device which was only announced a few days ago packs 4GB RAM, contrary to what we’d been hearing in the run-up to its launch about it packing 6GB RAM.
Those rumours had some truth, though. Samsung apparently has a Galaxy Note 7 variant with 6GB RAM.
The device, which also has 128GB internal storage, will be made available only in China.
The choice of China as the market where Samsung will be availing this seemingly “superior” Note 7 is because in that market, specs and not experiences, are everything. It’s not hard to see why. Some of the biggest smartphone vendors in the world like Vivo, call China home, and they have a sizeable market share there where they give global brands like Samsung and Apple a run for their money. And Vivo’s poster child is a 6GB RAM smartphone, the Xplay5. Greater China’s Asus also has another 6GB RAM smartphone, the Zenfone 3 Deluxe.