Samsung launched Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus during the Unpacked event, both the phones are a high-end smartphone and direct successors to Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Plus released last year. The phone comes with 4GB RAM accompanied with 64GB internal storage.
It seems like the company has launched a Galaxy S8 Plus 6GB variant in South Korea, maybe it will be available in other countries too. The information is first shared by Roland Quandt on Twitter, but the complete specification list of the variant also available on the South Korean Samsung’s official website. What’s different in this supercharged model of the Galaxy S8 Plus is the RAM and internal storage. The Korean variant model number SM-G955N comes with 6GB of RAM with 128GB of internal storage instead of 4GB RAM with 64GB Internal storage in the global version.
Apart from RAM and internal storage, the specification of the phone remains the same. The phone comes with 6.2-inch AMOLED display accompanied with 2960×1440 screen resolution. It has a ultra-wide display and instead of tradition 16.9, this phone comes with an aspect ratio of 18:5:9 and extremely narrow bezels. The phone is also certified as “Mobile HDR Premium”.
The Korean variant (Model number: SM-G955N) of Galaxy S8 Plus comes with Exynos 8995 chipset, the company’s first 10nm chipset. The phone also comes with an IP68 rating that makes it better water resistant smartphone. The phone runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box and backed by non-removable 3500mAh battery.
The device also offers you both wireless and wired charging setup. And those who’re not aware, the fingerprint scanner on the device can be found on the back, next to the camera. In the phone, the physical button has been ditched and replaced with a pressure sensitive button under the screen.
Talking about the price, the supercharged version of Galaxy S8 Plus is also listed on ‘Tworld‘ for 947 Euro which cost around 1009 USD.
At the moment, there is no official information shared by the company when the device goes on for sale. So it is a good idea to wait until the company makes any official statement.