Samsung Galaxy Note 9 might feature 8 GB RAM and 512 GB storage, Exynos 9810 variant hits Geekbench
Last Friday, a Samsung device that seems to be a variant of the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 flagship surfaced on Geekbench. Although most technical details are missing, we know for sure that the Samsung SM-N960N unit listed in the benchmark database runs Android 8.1 Oreo, has 6 GB of memory, and is powered by Samsung's Exynos 9810 processor.
One day later after the aforementioned arrival of the SM-N960N at Geekbench, popular leakster Ice universe posted the following message on Twitter: "If you are lucky, you will see 8GB RAM and 512GB ROM Galaxy Note9". If this turns out to be true, it would be a double first for the Samsung Galaxy lineup: the first Galaxy flagship to feature 8 GB of memory and also the first one to sport 512 GB of internal storage.
The only problem with the rumor above is that Samsung might not launch the top-of-the-line Galaxy Note 9 — or at least this model will not be available in the first wave after the introduction of the new handset. Anyway, those looking for a Galaxy Note 9 with a lot of storage space should keep in mind that Samsung plans to keep the microSD slot around with support for up to 512 GB of additional space.
These being said, remains to wait for the arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. If everything works as planned, the event should take place before the end of August, when IFA 2018 is scheduled to kick off.
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