Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may come with a 512GB Storage Variant


Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may come with a 512GB Storage Variant

According to latest report, the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could come with a variant which may have 512GB of internal storage. As of now, most of the top brand smartphone top out at 256GB of internal storage. This may catch the attention of those buyers who wants plenty of storage in their smartphone.

However, it’s not confirmed that in which market the company will be releasing the 512 GB internal storage variant. It is rumored that the top end 512GB variant is likely to only launch in South Korea and China.

According to a tweet which was tweeted few days back by a user @osctws, which was giving some details on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9. There was an image shared by the user which shows a variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 that sports 512GB of internal storage.

However as told in the above section that the company will be launching the Samsung Note 9 high storage variant for view key markets where the internal storage is a big factor for smartphones which includes South Korea as well as China.

Apart from these markets, other global markets like North America, Europe and India are likely to have the 256GB variant as the highest variant.

As the launch of the Galaxy Note 9 is getting closer day by day, more and more information through leaks and rumor are surfacing on the internet. The new Samsung galaxy Note 9 is expected to launch in August. Stay tuned with us for more latest news on Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

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