Samsung Galaxy Note 8: The phablette would be proposed with 6 GB or 8 GB of RAM

Techno 16 June, 2017

The Galaxy Note 8 continues to unveil itself. According to a user of Weibo, it would be entitled to two variants, with 6 GB of RAM for the one and 8 GB of RAM for the other.
A few hours ago, meltyStyle told you that the Galaxy Note 8 could point the tip of its hull during the IFA 2017 . While the rumors evoked a presentation in mid-August, the manufacturer would have finally decided to wait until the start of the school year. But even more than its launch date, it is the technical sheet of the phablette concerned that interests us … And it falls well, because one of the characteristics just revealed on Weibo. According to a well-known Chinese social network user, the Galaxy Note 8 would come in two versions, the first with 6 GB of RAM, the second with 8 GB of RAM. This will ensure high level performance.
The Galaxy Note 8 looks even more powerful than the Galaxy S8 … To support its SoC Snapdragon 835, it could count on 6 and 8 GB of RAM against 4 GB of RAM for the smartphone marketed last April . The apps will launch at high speed V! Apart from that, the future South Korean device should have a 6.3-inch Infinity Display, and a dual rear photo sensor – a first for Samsung . Only shadow on the board, its TouchID player would not be integrated under the screen . Anyway, at meltyStyle, we are eager to discover the Galaxy Note 8 in its entirety.