Galaxy S9 would feature 4GB RAM while S9+ 6GB, details emerge

Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus

The Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ release date largely remains a mystery, but the rate at which details about the phones are showing up online suggests that it shouldn’t be long before the S8 and S8+ successors are confirmed.

Coming from China’s Weibo, a platform that is known for its mixed set of reports, Samsung is reportedly set to make a significant change to the memory combinations of the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Unlike before, the standard Galaxy S9 will come with a RAM of 4GB while the S9+ will get a bigger 6GB RAM. Furthermore, the rumor points towards two storage options of 64GB and 128GB for the standard S9 while the S9+ will allegedly get three storage options of up to 256GB.

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If this is true, there’s no doubt that Samsung is ready to push the bigger Plus variant as the flagship offering in its S series. In fact, the report further adds that if all goes according to plan, certain markets could get a monstrous 512GB storage option on the Galaxy S9+.

This, alongside the reimagined camera, bigger battery and the bigger 6.2-inch display screen, should make the S9+ the go-to variant of the two handsets.

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