Galaxy S8+ 6GB RAM Unlocked Model Will Be Available in Other Regions, But Do Not Get Excited Just Yet

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Apr 28, 2017
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To get more customers on its side, Samsung released upgraded Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ models that featured 6GB of RAM and 128GB of native storage. Unfortunately, these were only available in Korea, meaning that you would have to import them and at the same time, run the risk of the phone being incompatible with your region’s cellular frequencies. There might still be a sliver of hope left for those that wanted to get their hands on an upgraded Galaxy S8+ so hold onto your hats.

Apart From South Korea and China, 6GB Versions of Galaxy S8+ Will Soon Be Released in Hong Kong

Samsung earlier hosted an event in Hong Kong, revealing that the 6GB RAM version of the Galaxy S8+ will soon be available in this country. The company did not detail if spending additional funds on the Galaxy S8+ would grant them a free DeX Station because that’s the freebie that was given to customers that were willing to spend the extra money in South Korea.

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Now here’s the good news, the Hong Kong version of the unlocked Galaxy S8+ will be compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile so just insert your SIM card and leave everything else to the phone. Still, getting your hands on these versions is going to be an arduous task right? Not quite, because Expansys (via Android Authority) is a smartphone importing service located in Hong Kong that can ship your desired smartphone to your country and exact location.

The only question is are you willing to spend the extra amount on shipping, import, and duty fees to see better hardware on this Galaxy S8+? If you are, then there’s no reason why you should not attempt to avail the service.

Would you be satisfied with the regular 4GB RAM version or are you willing to go all out to see more RAM and internal storage in your Galaxy S8+ purchase? Tell us your thoughts down in the comments.

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