Latest reports look like the South Korean giant is likely to launch a cheaper and lower memory variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphones in the Chinese market. The TENAA certification page for the model numbers SM-N9508 and SM-N9500 talks about the specific memory variant that has been exclusively designed for China.
The standard 6GB RAM version of Note 8 is priced at $930 while the 4GB RAM variant of the same handset might bear a cheaper price tag of $800-$850 in China.
Based on latest information, this specific 4GB variant model is going to be available in the Chinese market alongside the standard 6GB model. Besides, a variant offering is expected in China for the handset. The 6GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage memory smartphone will cost ¥6,288 ($945) in the country while the 6GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage memory handset is being priced at ¥7,088 ($1,065).
Apart from the change in memory variants, there are no other alterations the specifications reported so far. The Galaxy Note 8 smartphone comes with a 6.3 inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display Screen. It is powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor chipset; contains 64GB inbuilt internal storage memory along with expandable memory options via microSD card. On the optics’ front, the smartphone features a dual rear camera set up. The handset is being backed up a 3300mAh battery.
The TENAA certification of the 4GB variant of Note 8 suggests the launch to be round the corners. The unveil of this variant is being expected somewhere in the month of September. The Company hasn’t yet confirmed the date.