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Galaxy Note 8 may have a 256GB version dubbed Galaxy note 8 Emperor Edition. See specs.


So things just got mind blowing as regards the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. The latest information reaching us from reliable leakster @ice indicates that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will have an Emperor edition. A 256GB inbuilt storage/8GB RAM monster. The device will be exclusive to South Korea and China.

As far as pricing is concerned the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will cost any amount north of $1,100.

Meanwhile, another news source, OSEN reports that the western region will get an enhanced version of the device, which will sport 128GB internal storage and 6GB RAM. The base version will be 6GB/64GB.

The Galaxy Note 8 Emperor edition will wear either a blue, black or grey colour. The icing on all these spec goodness is that the device will support external storage. So you can take your storage space to any size north of 256GB.

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Awesome! right? What do you think of the device and the pricing?

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    1. Lol, they can’t just increase the capacity, if they do, they will just do another version of the same phone and sell afresh

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