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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will arrive at 512 GB of memory in a new super equipped variant?

The big news is coming for all fans of the Samsung brand. The well-known South Korean company, in fact, has announced for some time its new flagship device, the Galaxy Note 9. For the official launch, however, there is still a long time to wait. Meanwhile, however, it is inevitable that the indiscretions are followed by which we are starting to know the new top of the range more closely. In the last hours, we are talking about a new version of the Galaxy Note 9 that should see increased, even a lot in its storage capacity.

What does this mean when we anticipated? It seems that at home Samsung have decided to give an edge to this new Galaxy Note 9. It would be, in fact, a variant with an increased RAM up to 8 GB and, above all, with an internal memory that would go from a maximum of 256 to well 512 GB. Recall that the 256 GB memory is the prerogative, at the time, of the last born in Samsung, the Galaxy S9. The Galaxy Note 9, on the other hand, would also offer the possibility to further expand this large memory using a classic microSD.

Recall, in any case, that although reliable, the source is not official and for this reason, there is no confirmation of the real or likely variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 8 GB of RAM and over 500 GB of ROM. The base model, however, will have 6 GB of RAM and an internal memory that will stop at 64 GB. What do we know, for the rest, about the device in question? As we have learned, the version of the Galaxy Note 9 for the American market will have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845. Instead, that destined to the rest of the world will mount the Exynos 9810 chipset. Regarding the camera, finally, we simply anticipate that this could have many characteristics in common with that of the Galaxy S9 Plus. All that remains is to wait for further rumors!

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