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Samsung can’t decide if 128GB Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ make sense

The top-of-the-line configurations weren’t mentioned in the manufacturer’s press release, but they’ve showed up out of nowhere on their US website.

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To whoever complained of microSD support lack on the metal-and-glass Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, Samsung replied without hesitancy “get the 128GB variants.” Surely, that’s plenty of storage space for even the least rational digital hoarders.

On T-Mobile, you can buy the 128 gig models at 64 prices, which goes to show the world’s number one smartphone maker has a backup plan for any situation. Of course, it still wasn’t comfortable to see an additional pair of flagships unveiled devoid of expansion possibilities, but knowing they’d probably offer abundant local depository room reduced the sting.

Except the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 went official in two storage derivations. With 32 and 64GB respectively. Or did they? A state of nagging confusion surrounds the premium phablet dyad nearly 24 hours on the heels of their formal introductions.

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What’s certain is Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and Best Buy currently take pre-orders only for 32 and 64GB configs. Meanwhile, all big four carriers should soon receive 128GB stock, based on black-and-white text on Samsung.com/us/mobile.

Some restrictions may apply, as the gold platinum GS6 Edge+ on T-Mobile and Sprint is listed squarely as coming in 32 and 64GB versions. But for the most part, the dual edged 5.7 incher and its S Pen-capable sibling look poised to roll out nationwide in 128GB configurations as well.

Now, about that dual SIM, microSD Samsung Galaxy Note 5 variant recently pictured on the down low… What are the odds of it heading for at least one US network or third-party retailer? Slim? Non-existent? Let’s wait and see.

Source: The Verge

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