The arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is truly near, seeing as how all these model variants are popping up left and right, especially on benchmarking websites.
This time, we spot on Geekbench a certain SM-N930V, the usual indicator of a Verizon-bound model.
What is curious about it, however, is how it is indicated to have only 4 GB of RAM, again defying earlier leaks and expectations of a 6 GB RAM flagship.
The Galaxy Note series almost always has an edge over the nominal Galaxy S flagship line when it comes to some hardware features.
The Galaxy Note is usually the first to get newer, and therefore more experimental, hardware, like a curved edge screen, newer storage technology, or more RAM.
So it is only normal to presume that it would also get 6 GB of RAM, when other devices, especially those from China, are already flaunting that much memory.