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Media: the flagship Samsung Galaxy S8 will not get 8 GB of RAM

It is no secret that Samsung is working on a new flagship smartphone Galaxy S8, which will be presented early next year. As you get closer to the announcement of an all new information concerning the main competitor of the future iPhone 8.

In October of this year, Samsung announced a new generation of memory to increase the amount of RAM in mobile devices up to 8 GB. It was logical to assume that such innovation will find use in Galaxy S8. However, the latest leaks contradict this assumption: according to reliable sources, the Samsung Galaxy S8 will get 6 GB of RAM and flash storage up to 256 GB. Recall that the Samsung Galaxy S7 is equipped with 4 GB of RAM and is presented in versions with 32 or 64 GB of internal memory. Will the next flagship Samsung support MicroSD cards, the sources said.

Earlier it was expected that the first Samsung smartphone with 6 GB of RAM will be the Galaxy Note 7 and many were unpleasantly surprised when it turned out that he, like Galaxy S7 has a 4 GB of RAM. For Android devices RAM is an important factor in determining the performance of the mobile device.

It is known that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will get a completely new design, OCTA-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 835, improved camera, sensitive touch display with integrated optical fingerprint scanner and also a new voice assistant with elements of artificial intelligence.

The South Korean company will offer a choice of two models, one of which will be equipped with 5.7-inch curved display and the other 6.2-inch curved screen. The older version will also receive a double main camera. Official show Galaxy S8 is expected at the MWC 2017, which street 26 February in Barcelona.

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