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The Dell XPS 15 9575 with 32 GB RAM might show up in early 2019, no LTE version in the cards

Dell XPS 15 9575 convertible teaser, 32 GB variant coming in early 2019 (Source: Dell)
Dell XPS 15 9575 convertible teaser (Source: Dell)
The last time he talked about its launch, Frank Azor said that the Dell XPS 15 9575 convertible with 32 GB of memory should arrive at the end of the year. Now, he just revealed that this might happen in the first quarter of 2019 and he also added that a 4G LTE-enabled version will not be released anytime soon.

The Dell XPS 15 9575 has been around for a while, but that long-awaited 32 GB version is still not available yet. Unfortunately, it seems that the launch date of this convertible has been pushed back a little and those who had hopes to get 4G LTE connectivity with it as well should look at one of the similar products from Dell's competitors.

Back at the end of March, Frank Azor revealed that the Dell XPS 15 9575 with 32 GB of memory should arrive at the end of the year. Last week, a Twitter user returned to this conversation and asked for an update regarding this product, also asking if it would have LTE. This is Azor's answer: "No LTE coming.  32 GB still trying for end of this year possibly Q1 though."

The XPS 15 9575 convertible currently starts at US$1,299.99 in the United States for those who want to order it directly from Dell. If you missed this convertible so far and you are currently considering a purchase, you might want to check out our reviews: the Intel Core i5-8305G variant (click here) and the Intel Core i7-8705G model (click here).

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Frank Azor (on Twitter)

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Codrut Nistor, 2018-09- 3 (Update: 2018-09- 3)
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