An interesting (but perhaps trivial) new development is taking place in China with Samsung's Galaxy S10+. As reported by on twitter, a new variant of Samsung's first flagship of this year has just been certified by the TENAA.
A new 6GB RAM variant of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus has recently received the TENAA certification.
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Based on the TENAA listing, a new 6GB option has appeared for the model number SM-G9750, which denotes the international model of the Galaxy S10+. This phone first launched with either 8GB or 12GB of RAM, depending on the storage size.
The listing includes photos of the Galaxy S10+ in black and there don't seem to be any visual differences. We can only speculate that Samsung may intend to sell 6GB models of the Galaxy S10+ in other emerging markets, perhaps to sliver off some of the manufacturing cost of the phone.