Following yesterday’s announcement of the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 edge+, we noticed that the company was selling the smartphones in just 32 and 64GB storage variants. This gave us a hint that Samsung was doing away with the 128GB storage option altogether, as it previously hadn’t seen the success that the company expected.
However, it seems like there was a mix up during the announcement as the company has now quietly put up a 128GB variant of the Galaxy Note 5 as well as the Galaxy S6 edge+ on its site, thus confirming its existence. This will give users an additional option of the two flagships, which is crucial since neither devices have a microSD card slot on board.
The carriers at this point have only announced the pricing and availability of the 32 and 64GB models with no word on the 128GB model just yet, so it seems like this variant will be released somewhere down the line and not right away. Do you welcome this news?
Via: The Verge