According to a new report from South Korea, the company's upcoming Galaxy Note8 flagship will have two storage options: 64GB and 128GB. Users will be able to expand the storage up to 256GB via microSD card.
The report, which cites a company official, also quotes them as saying that the handset will carry a price tag of somewhere between $1,000 and $1,100.
Recently, the @evleaks revealed €999 price tag for the Eurozone, which translates to $1,140. The phone is expected to be unveiled at a dedicated event on August 26, with launch set for sometime late September.
I did not say the Note 4 would be better than the Note 8. My statement was simply a personal value statement which you may have interpreted differently. And as for batteries, its not the use-case of carrying around an additional battery that you...
something like A1 and A2.
If I recall correctly, the upcoming UFS cards will be as fast as the internal UFS memory. Still need then for larger files, even for single cameras or drones. Latest iPad Pro will offer 512 GB. Soon 1 TB will be a standard, then 2TB.