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A 512GB version of the Note 9 has been in the cards for months with a couple of sightings at points. A new report opens the door to wider potential.
The next step up from here is 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. But will it happen in places other than Asia and Benelux?
The China-first Honor 10 GT is not an entirely new device, but compared to the "regular" Honor 10, it packs more memory, also supporting GPU Turbo tech.
A free pair of Bullets V2 earbuds and discounted fast shipping sound like pretty good things to have for free with an expensive phone.
Midnight Black. 8GB of RAM. 128GB of storage. $539. Pretty simple, right? Well, it hasn't been shipping as quickly as it should be. It is for a short time.
It's not exactly bezel-less, but ZTE's Nubia Z17 appears to offer quite a lot of bang and a pretty exquisite design for a relatively low price.
A couple of cavalier employees have taken to Weibo to show off a new phone that can be cleaned up under the sink and may have 8GB of RAM.
Is this "Unknown Heart" the impending Snapdragon 835-powered Nokia 9 flagship phone? Probably, and it may feature up to a whopping 8GB RAM.
According to pre-release benchmarking data, the upcoming OnePlus 5, aka A5000, packs Snapdragon 835 processing power and 6GB RAM.
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.
We extend our commentary on those devices, the HTC U Ultra, the Huawei Watch 2 and the LG Watch Sport for well over an hour on our podcast this week.
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?
The specifications were put in, likely as placeholder text, on a product page for the Huawei P10 Plus at Spanish retailer Phone House.
It is assumed that China and South Korea will be able to get the best and the brightest Galaxy S8, but how "best" can it be in the memory department?
Previously rumored with 6GB RAM under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy S8 could still pack as much as 8 gigs of the good stuff, according to a Weibo leaker.
The OEM is clawing its way back to proper repute, but a bold smartphone release could help. Perhaps this is where the "Ocean" floats the boat.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 (Edge) is purportedly on track for a late February 2017 announcement, with a super-high-res screen and 8GB RAM in tow.
8GB RAM smartphones are right around the corner after Samsung's introduction of the world's first such mobile memory package.
Dual cameras? Not here. 8GB of RAM? Take half and run with it. Snapdragon 821? Give or take 1 or 2 points, sure. We still have a hard time with this thing.
Do we really need rumors about this phone? Talking about 8GB of RAM? Like, really? Let the company just reveal and we'll believe it, okay?