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Samsung Galaxy S8+ 6GB RAM variant could hit other markets

Samsung just announced the 6GB RAM variant of its Galaxy S8+ flagship smartphone. The announcement came a few days after the company officially launched the Galaxy S8 and S8+ at an event in New York, United States. The 'standard' S8 duo has 4GB of RAM and the 6GB RAM version, for now, is only limited to South Korea and China. However, it looks like it could arrive in other markets as well.




According to a report by Yonhap News website, the 6GB RAM version of Galaxy S8+ may expand to other markets, provided there is enough market demand. This means that if the company is able to sell a good number of Galaxy S8+ with 6GB RAM in South Korea and China, it could bring the particular version to other regions.

Talking about the specs of  the Galaxy S8+, it sports a 6.2-inch QuadHD+ (2960x1440 pixels resolution) 'Infinity Display'. Powered by a 3,500mAh battery, the phone shares the rest of its specifications with the Galaxy S8+. Both Galaxy S8 and S8+ have pressure-sensitive home buttons built right into the their screens.

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