An interesting (but perhaps trivial) new development is taking place in China with Samsung’s Galaxy S10+. As reported by @StuffListings on twitter, a new variant of Samsung’s first flagship of this year has just been certified by the TENAA.
Based on the TENAA listing, a new 6GB option has appeared for the model number SM-G9750, which denotes the international model of the Galaxy S10+. This phone first launched with either 8GB or 12GB of RAM, depending on the storage size.
The listing includes photos of the Galaxy S10+ in black and there don’t seem to be any visual differences. We can only speculate that Samsung may intend to sell 6GB models of the Galaxy S10+ in other emerging markets, perhaps to sliver off some of the manufacturing cost of the phone.
Less RAM but more cash. Samsung is done in China, better products are available there for far lower prices. Apple will be the only non-domestic survivor.