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The 6GB RAM figure remains from the last big Geekbench run. Also, the Galaxy Note 9 might be 2mm shorter than the Note 8.
If you like the dual rear-facing cameras and 6GB RAM of the Galaxy S9+, but you'd rather get them in a smaller package, the SM-G8850 could be an interesting new China-first GS9 model.
With 6GB RAM, 64GB internal storage space and pre-installed Android 8.0 Oreo, the "all-new" Moto X4 definitely justifies its Rs. 24,999 price tag.
While some prospective Galaxy fans will be disappointed about the most standard of the offerings, those who can afford to buy above and beyond could be in for a treat.
A no doubt advanced but unfinished prototype of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S9+ has just paid Geekbench a fresh visit with Snapdragon 845 inside.
Samsung is gearing up to redefine the smartphone market's mid-range standards again, with a Galaxy A7 (2018) seemingly packing 6GB RAM.
It's unclear if India will get the "regular" 4GB or beefed-up 6GB RAM variant of the Nokia 8 next week. But the latter is most likely coming to the US.
It's at a £50 premium from the regular U11, but that pricing slots in between the US and European tags for this souped up coupe.
Full Android, top-end Qualcomm silicon, a flip phone. Samsung likes to play around with its wares in its Chinese sandbox.
It's raining deals on attractive, older HTC phones stateside, while the U11 can be pre-ordered for as little as $679 with 6GB RAM and 128GB ROM.
Formally launched in India, the 6GB RAM-packing HTC U11 variant will actually go on sale later this month for 52,000 rupees.
The dual-SIM device SKU will get paired with 128GB of storage and, in some markets, it will be the only version of the U11 in the market.
After Korea, Hong Kong and China, the ultra-high-end Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus with 6GB RAM is ready to launch in India at a predictably steep price.
We are hours away from the official event for the HTC U11, but it seems like someone made a mistake in Vietnam and posted a hands-on video early.
That Galaxy S8+ with more RAM is now available for pre-order at Hong Kong carriers, but how much will people have to pay for the privilege of owning one?
There might be as many as three ZTE Nubia Z17 variants in the pipeline, according to various leaks and benchmarks, including one with 6GB RAM.
That presumably fast-approaching ZTE Nubia Z17 may start at 6GB RAM, as crazy as it sounds, packing up to 8 gigs of the good stuff.
South Korea and China are known power markets. Hong Kong seems to have been partly an afterthought up until now. Samsung's finally pulling tricks here.
T-Mobile customers, rejoice - if you've pre-ordered the Galaxy S8, you may get it a day or two early. Not the case for Korea-only 6GB RAM units.
Samsung's top-of-the-line 6GB RAM/128GB ROM Galaxy S8+ configuration is just as pricey as expected, launching in Korea before China.
There's most likely a 6GB RAM Samsung Galaxy S8+ configuration in the pipeline, but only for China, and set to cost an arm and a leg.
Rumored time and time again with “only” 4GB RAM under the hood internationally, the Samsung Galaxy S8 may still bump that up to 6 gigs on Chinese shores.
The first major phone from Huawei with 6GB of RAM was the Mate 9, introduced only as a response to the market. But is 8GB just too excessive?