There's a trend that seems to be developing over at Samsung, and it's a bit troubling. Well, to be fair, it's troubling to hardcore Android fans and probably no one else. Rumors emerged ahead of the Galaxy S8's unveiling that there would be a turbocharged version of the phone with more RAM and twice as much internal storage. Sure enough, the company released a Galaxy S8+ with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, but only in China and its home country of South Korea. Now, along the same lines, evidence has emerged that there's a suped-up version of the Galaxy Note 8 in the works from Samsung. Sadly, rumors suggest that the company plans to stick with the same formula it used with the Galaxy S8, and it likely won't sell the upgraded Note 8 in the United States or in European markets.
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