All Galaxy S8 Models Could Come With a Mammoth 6GB RAM
Android phones touting unbelievable amounts of RAM isn’t an uncommon thing because we have already seen devices sporting that much memory getting introduced in 2016. For the Galaxy S8 models to feature this much is definitely a whole new story. After all, a flagship from Samsung to get a very impressive upgrade in the hardware department is definitely worth reporting about.
Rumor Also Claims That the Galaxy S8 Models Will Be Available in the 64 and 128GB Storage Variants
A rumor originating from Twitter states that the amount of RAM present in both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus will mount to 6GB. However, before users get excited to see that the upcoming flagships will be severely upgraded in this category, the rumor also states that these particular devices are going to sold in China.
What this could mean is that the devices sold in the US or different regions could have fewer amounts of memory. With the Galaxy S7 shipping out with 4GB of RAM, it would make sense that Samsung would not lower the RAM value below 4GB, indicating that the base model of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus in different regions could feature 4GB or RAM as well.
The rumor also states that the Galaxy S8 models would be available with either 64 or 128GB of storage and you can further expand that storage with help of a MicroSD card. Just like the Galaxy S7, we’re under the assumption that the Galaxy S8 isn’t going to be cutting our freedom of expanding our storage otherwise it would be a huge disappointment for users.
S8/S8 Plus Chinese version are all 6GB RAM with 64/128GB ROM, sales in 15th week in China.
BTW,S8 will start saling in 14th in America.
— 萌萌的电教 (@mmddj_china) February 18, 2017
Not too long ago, we covered a pricing leak of the Galaxy S8, where it stated that the base model of the smartphone would start from $950 and would be equipped with 64GB of internal memory. Perhaps more RAM in a smartphone could equal a higher price tag. After all, increasing demand and lack of components supply ranging from DRAM and NAND chips could be reason enough why the rumored price tag is so high, but we still want you to take this information with a pinch of salt for now.