The China Edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was recently certified by TENAA, along the line revealing some cheering details about it having 6GB of RAM. Presently discussions have shifted towards the price tag the flagship would likely carry in China.
Insider information gathered from a sales staff at Samsung by Chinese media indicates that the Chinese version of the Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be officially unveiled on August 26 while sales of the device will likely start on September 2. As for the price tag, the base version of the Galaxy Note 7 China edition with 4GB RAM + 64GB onboard storage will likely sell for 5688 yuan ($854) while the top-end version with 6GB RAM + 128GB built-in storage is expected to have a price tag of 6088 yuan ($914).
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The 6GB RAM version of the Galaxy Note 7 will only be available in China and also the China version will be powered by the Snapdragon 820 chipset . The China edition also features a curved screen, IP68 waterproof and dustproof certification, USB Type-C interface, iris recognition technology, pressure sensitive S Pen, Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection and 12MP camera. The flagship smartphone also crams a 3500mAh battery under its hood which supports fast charging. [source]