Little by little, more data is revealed about the characteristics of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 9, and it could be that the brand’s flagship phablet integrates a 512GB version of internal storage.
A retail website in South Korea announced, in its catalog of upcoming products, the model with this capacity, so it would be talking about the largest internal storage in a smartphone so far.
With this virtue, it would no longer be necessary to have an additional high-capacity microSD for videos and photos in high definition.
There is still no official statement on this feature, but the fact is that Samsung began mass production of 512GB UFS chips at the end of last year.
However, it is likely that this version is limited, initially, only for some Asian markets, such as Korea and China, according to @ SamsungMobile.News.
Galaxy Note 9 will come with 512 GB ROM to selected markets (Korea, China and maybe more)
— SamsungMobile.News (@Samsung_News_) June 16, 2018
The new phablet would come in five colors, it would have a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen with a fingerprint sensor and could add 8GB of RAM.
According to some media, the Galaxy Note 9 will be presented on August 9 in New York.