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Samsung Galaxy S8 rumored to feature 6GB RAM, 256GB of storage

BGR India Saturday, 26 November 2016
All eyes are set for the next Samsung flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8, which is assumed to turnaround the company’s current flaming condition owing to the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco. Details and features about the purported smartphone have been doing the rounds of internet for quite some time and now the latest rumor to emerge suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S8 could feature up to 6GB of RAM. Although this year we have seen smartphones such as the OnePlus 3 and LeEco Le Max 2, it would be a first for Samsung to pack that much of RAM. Based on the latest rumors, the Samsung Galaxy S8 could come with 6GB of RAM and could be packed with 256GB of
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