New Delhi: The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ have been received quite warmly by the world. The phone stole hearts with its dual edge Infinity Display and premium build. The demand elevated to an extent that Samsung ramped up the production of the Galaxy S8 phones. Now, in order to cash in on the popular demand and move along with the trends of the tech world, Samsung has launched the 6GB RAM variant of the Galaxy S8+ in India.
The phone retails for Rs 74,900 and bundles with 128GB of onboard storage. Therefore, it makes a profit of around Rs 10,000 for Samsung over the standard model. This makes us think that should really need the S8 with 6GB of RAM?
In our review of the Galaxy S8 and S8+, both the phones in their standard spec delivered the best of what an Android phone could deliver. To recall, the Samsung Galaxy S8 features a 1.9GHz octa-core Samsung Exynos 8895 processor paired with 4GB of RAM. There’s 64/128GB storage on board along with 256GB expandable microSD card slot.
A 12MP f1.7 dual pixel camera does the rear camera’s duty while an 8MP f1.7 auto-focus camera is there to work as the front camera. The standard S8 has a 5.8-inch 1440p sAMOLED “Infinity Display” while the S8+ has to do with a 6.2-inch 1440p version of the same. There’s Bixby on board along with Google’s Assistant to assist you in your daily life.
All those specifications are enough for the Galaxy S8 owner to whiz past any other smartphone without breaking a sweat. However, if you feel that you need the extra horses to get the best experience on your flagship phone, you can pre-order it from today on Flipkart as well Samsung shops.
The latest move to get the 6GB variant of the Galaxy S8+ makes sense as its lesser family member, the Galaxy C9 Pro, comes with 6GB of RAM on an SD 653 chipset. It also seems that Samsung wanted to hit at the OnePlus 3T with 6GB of RAM.