Carriers listing confirms 64GB base variant for the Galaxy Note 7

Internal storage on phones hasn’t grown as quickly as one would like. We have ultra-powerful SoCs, brilliant displays, amazing cameras and more on smartphones these days, but manufacturers have taken a long time getting around to offering even 32GB of internal storage on their flagships. Last year, Samsung took away expandable storage from its flagships and compensated for the fact with both 32GB and 64GB variants (and a 128GB variant in some markets). In 2016, the company brought the microSD slot back, but it also limited internal storage to only 32GB in every market with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge.

A recent rumor suggested the Galaxy Note 7’s base variant will come with 64GB of onboard storage, and we have gotten our hands on an image that seems to support that rumor, at least for the Korean market. Well, only the Korean Telecom version is listed with 64GB storage in the image so it is possible other carriers could still release a 32GB model, but we would really like to believe that the Note 7’s base variant will have 64GB built-in in every region. In fact, no one should expect anything less on a device that is expected to be priced at €849.

The Galaxy Note 7 could also come with a hybrid slot that supports both regular microSD cards and Samsung’s new UFS cards, although this is just speculation at this point.

Carriers listing confirms 64GB base variant for the Galaxy Note 7

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