[Update: 6GB RAM variant comes to India] Samsung Galaxy S8+ Variant with 6GB RAM May not be Exclusive to China after all

Samsung Galaxy S8

Update: As per the rumors, Samsung Galaxy S8+ with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage has crossed borders from China and into India, priced at a whopping Rs 74,990 or approximately $1,160. The phone will be available on Flipkart starting tomorrow.

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On Wednesday next week, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ will be made official at an event in New York City, which leaves us with just four days before we get to see these highly anticipated phones.

Even though most of the details about the two phones are known, they remain to be rumors and leaks. Samsung has indeed confirmed a few details through its controlled ads and teasers, however, we are still waiting for the finest details at launch.

As the day nears, fresh rumors are coming from South Korea with claims that the market will also be receiving a high-end variant of Samsung Galaxy S8+ that packs a massive 6GB RAM. This stems from previous speculations that the Chinese market will be getting a variant with up to 6GB RAM so as to compete with other phones in the local market.

If the latest report is to be believed, those in South Korea will also be able to get a 6GB RAM variant, which should also be packed with at least 128GB of storage. Apparently, it is only Samsung Galaxy S8+ that will receive this 6GB RAM treat, but as for the standard S8, you’ll only get to buy a 4GB RAM variant. The good side of the story is that the S8+ should also come with a 4GB RAM base model, which will be a little cheaper than the high-end model.

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

As for now, this is just a rumor and doesn’t come directly from Samsung. But if it indeed materializes, Samsung Galaxy S8+ will be joining the Galaxy C9 Pro as the only Sammy smartphones with a massive 6GB RAM. We will for sure find out more about this in the coming week.

Would you like to have 4GB RAM or 6GB RAM on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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