The Dell XPS 15 9575 with 32 GB RAM is scheduled to arrive in September, confirms Frank Azor
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More than a month ago, Frank Azor mentioned that the Dell XPS 15 9575 would get a 32 GB variant in the last quarter of the year. However, earlier this week he came forward with some good news and revealed that the team in charge of this convertible is working hard to bring the new variant to the market before the end of September.
Back in late May, Dell was waiting for the memory chips for the new XPS 15 9575 to become available, so the early arrival of these hardware parts is probably the reason for the September release of the updated convertible as well. Sadly, the date is not carved in stone yet. When asked about the launch date of the 32 GB XPS 15 9575, Frank Azor twitted the brief "Aiming for September" answer, without adding anything else.
In the meantime, it is worth pointing out that the price of the Dell XPS 15 9575 with Intel Core i7-8705G, 16 GB RAM, 256 GB M.2 2280 PCIe SSD, 4K touchscreen display has been pushed down to US$1,999.99 (previous full retail price was US$2,199.99, although it was discounted to US$2,049.99 for a period).
What do you think about the US$200 price drop? Does it make this convertible attractive enough to disregard the non-upgradeable memory? Let us know in the comments, but first feel free to check the video review of the XPS 15 9575 below.
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Frank Azor (on Twitter)