A Chinese publication has revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 would be available in 64 GB and 128 GB models. Apart Galaxy S8+, it would be the second flagship phone from the company to arrive in 64 GB and 128 GB storage options. The Galaxy S8+’s 64 GB and 128 GB models are only available in select markets.
The Galaxy Note 7 that was discontinued because of its exploding batteries was made available in a single storage model of 64 GB. It would be coming with a microSD card slot that will be support up to 256 GB of microSD. The Galaxy Note 4 featured a microSD card slot, but the feature was axed on Note 5. The feature was added again on Note 7, but the phablet encountered a premature death.
Evan Blass had recently revealed that the Galaxy Note 8 would be the Galaxy Note series smartphone ever as it would be priced at €999 (~$1,140). The Chinese publication claims that it would be costing around $1,000 in South Korea whereas it would be available for $1,100 in other markets like North America, South America and Europe.