How much memory will the Samsung Galaxy S8 have? We can make some accurate estimations based on previous smartphone releases to give you an idea of exactly what memory you can expect to see in the Galaxy S8. Please note that whilst this information is likely to be accurate, it may not represent the actual memory specs for the S8 smartphone.
Below, we take a closer look at the many rumors surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S8 memory options for all three versions including internal and external memory and RAM.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Internal Memory
How much memory will the Galaxy S8 have out of the box? This is the first question we’ll be answering and it’s also the easiest one to answer. The Samsung Galaxy S8 will be launched in various storage options, just like previous smartphones – this is pretty much guaranteed. The only thing that isn’t guaranteed is the available storage options. We’ll definitely see a 64GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy S8.
We’ll also see a 128GB version of the Samsung Galaxy S8. It’s hard to say whether we’ll see a 32GB version of a 256GB version, but it’s likely that if one of these is available, the other one will not be available. Below we have the most likely scenarios for the S8 pricing structure.
- Base price: 32GB or 64GB
- Additional $100: 64GB or 128GB
- Additional $200: 128GB or 256GB
Samsung Galaxy S8 RAM
The RAM found in the Samsung Galaxy S8 is very likely to be at least 4GB. There is the potential to see as much as 6GB of RAM in the S8, but this is less likely than seeing 4GB or even 6GB in the S8. Either way, the operating system is likely to be lightning fast thanks to the hefty amount of RAM inside the S8.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Expandable Memory
Whilst previous iterations of the Samsung Galaxy S8 did not have microSD storage slots, we do not see why the Galaxy S8 couldn’t. We’re seeing microSD cards being placed inside the same tray as the SIM card these days and it’s likely that Samsung could fit a microSD card or two in the tray.
We’re hearing there could be not one, but two micro SD card slots in all versions of the S8. This would give users a total of 256GB of expandable memory on-top of the internal memory giving you plenty of storage. The only reason Samsung wouldn’t do this is if they’d like to profit off of the additional storage options described above, which could be a possibility.
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