At first, it seemed that the 6GB/128GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S8+ will be reserved for China and South Korea, but availability has now expanded to India too. You canít buy one just yet, availability is set for June 9.
Youíll be able to snag one through Samsungís own online store or Flipkart (you can pre-order as soon as tomorrow). The S8+ with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage will set you back INR 75,000 ($1,160/Ä1,035). Thatís INR 10,000 more than the 4GB/64GB model, which is INR 65,000 ($1,000/Ä900).
If you do buy one, you'll be eligible for a free wireless charger.
Note that this handset is powered by the Exynos 8895 chipset. Besides the extra memory, there are no other differences.
But... Why you no test Samsung, LG, Huawei, HTC, Sony, OnePlus, Google, or Motorola?
dude seriously? on what basis are you saying this?? do you have both of them? just got my s8 in India.. and it is indeed faster than 4gb variant, coz this 128 gig storage is UFS2.1.. instead of 2.0 on regular.. and go to YouTube and watch the phone-b...
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