The next Samsung Galaxy flagship phone, aka the handset already informally dubbed the Galaxy S4, will feature a whopping 128GB of on board storage, reports suggest.
Speculation over Samsung’s plans stems from its announcement that it is already mass producing eMMc memory chips earmarked for mobile devices with a capacious 128GB of space to play with. That’s twice as much as the current-gen top-end handsets.
If any Sammy device is going to get that much storage, it’s pretty much a given that it will be its next flagship phone. Even so, it would be an almost absurd amount of on board storage to have on a handset.
That’s especially true in an era when more and more smartphone-makers are providing an allowance of cloud storage with their best smartphones.
News of the gestation of Samsung’s future smartphone contender comes after separate reports surfaced earlier this week suggesting that the so-called S4 could be with us in February, with a spec sheet that takes in a five-inch screen and 4G LTE support.
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